Using Lecture Capture and Personal Capture with Echo 360

12:00 pm on Tuesday, October 30, 2012
1:30 pm on Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Kenmore Conference Room, 1 Silber Way, 9th floor
Technology has changed the way our students want to learn and is beginning to change the way our faculty teach. Blended learning, which combines traditional lecture and online instruction, can meet both of these developments in this evolving era in education. Boston University has recently licensed Echo360, which is a lecture and personal digital media capture system that faculty can use for creating blended learning experiences. In this session, we will discuss the implementation of this tool in the classrooms of our Medical School: lecture capture in traditional lecture-based classes and personal capture for online lessons. We will demonstrate how you can create an instructional video using Echo360 personal capture software on your own computer, in your own space, in your own time. Presented by Deborah Vaughan, MED.