Lecture Capture Options @ OUHSC

What is lecture capture?

Lecture capture means recording classroom-based activities in a digital format that students can then watch over the web, on a computer or their mobile device. Lecture capture technology records the presenter's audio and video, as well as any visual aids - laptop, tablet, whiteboard, document camera, visualizer - synchronizes them, and webcasts the stream live or archives for on-demand playback.

Lecture capture is often about capturing more than just lectures, including any type of educational instruction, from student presentations or user generated video to collaborative exercises or lab demonstrations to guest speakers or other campus events. The term is also known as elearning, video-based instruction, online classes, blended education, hybrid courses, distance education, coursecasting, virtual classrooms, virtual learning environments, academic capture and more.

Right now there are hundreds of learning activities taking place in classrooms around the globe. Over time, academic staff and faculty have used different technologies to share this knowledge beyond the bricks and mortar of the classroom, from written correspondence to TV to VCRs to CDs to videoconferencing, but the web greatly accelerated the sharing of classroom instruction as a learning object.

HSC's Recording Solutions

Academic Technology (AT) endorses two solutions for presentation recording and lecture capture on the OUHSC campus; Sonic Foundry's Mediasite and Polycom RSS Recording Solution. HSC's choice for an enterprise solution is Sonic Foundry's Mediasite. AT's service unit, Academic Media & Digital Services (AMDS), manages and hosts this solution for campus use. Please visit our Academic Media & Digital Services website or call (405) 271-2318 for more information on what services are available on the OUHSC campus. Click on a link below for more detailed information on the two solutions endorsed by AT.

Mediasite (Sonic Foundry) Lecture Capture @ OUHSC

Polycom RSS 4000 Lecture Capture @ OUHSC