Lecture Capture

Classroom lecture capture remains operational for the foreseeable future. We will update this as needed.

As you consider how to deliver lecture-based content to your students, please review the resources below about recording in your home or office, as well as resources about classroom-based lecture capture.

Home, Office, or Lab Lecture capture

Consider recording short videos to share with your students, either to replace classroom lectures or to provide targeted support for student questions.

Please see these resources for support in creating your own instructional videos:

Recommendations:

  • Recording Videos: Dos and Don'ts
  • Assign meaningful titles to your videos (e.g., “Introduction to Miosis” rather than “Video 7”).
  • When recording videos, keep them short (5-15 minutes).

Classroom Lecture Capture

If you teach in one of the 77 general assignment classrooms equipped to record lectures, you can request this service. These Lecture-Capture-capable rooms can record your audio, computer output, and the document camera; additionally, 27 of these rooms can record video of you and any board work you may do. Please review the following resources if you are interested in using this service.