Lecture capture classrooms:
Record your own lecture:
Student Usage Metrics - allow you to view and download analytics of student viewing, including how many videos they watched, how much of the video they watched, and how often they watched it.
Content Bookmarking – allows your students to place bookmarks throughout presentations, allowing them to pick up where they stopped in a lecture or to return to interesting or difficult sections.
Collaborative discussions – you and your students can start a collaborative discussion at any point in the lecture by making comments that are embedded within the captured lecture, allowing them to interact with one another.
Full streaming + downloads – your students can stream the lecture capture videos in their browser, as well as download the videos for later viewing without Internet access.
Personal Capture – allows you to record audio, webcam video, and computer movements and activities and then upload your recordings from your personal computer to your course collection.
Follow the steps below to enroll your lectures to be automatically recorded and published to your students.
Log into Blackboard and click on your current-semester course.
Under the Control Panel, click Course Tools and then More Tools (GW).
On the More Tools page, click Enroll in GW Lecture Capture.
Select the course building and room from the drop-down menu.
Select the desired date range (i.e, one week, one month, entire semester).
Click the check boxes for the days of the week the course meets.
Select the class start and end times.
Click Submit. The Academic Technologies Solutions Center will be notified of your request.
A link to the Lecture Capture system will be available in your Blackboard course automatically.
To access Lecture Capture within your Blackboard course, click on "Tools" in the Course Menu (on the left side of the screen), then click "GW Lecture Capture."
Clicking the "GW Lecture Capture" link in your Blackboard Tools menu will take you directly to the list of recordings for your course.
AT's Solutions Center is the primary point of contact for faculty and staff who are seeking help with AT-supported classrooms and services.
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