MERLOT Conference 2009 – San Jose

Planning & implementing affordable & scalable content capture solutions

Posted in Session by janepmoore on June 5, 2009
lecture capture hardware

lecture capture hardware

As eLearning has grown in popularity so has the need for content or lecture capture solutions which allow professors to quickly record and upload direct instructional activities. During these challenging economic times, institutions must give special consideration to cost and scalability when searching for  content capture tools.

At the 2009 MERLOT International Conference, Cris Guenter and I will be sharing the Content Capture Comparison Matrix (PDF draft version) which can help professors determine which tools best meet their instructional needs. Our session will conclude with a discussion about implementation strategies such as how to develop a content capture workflow that integrates with an institution’s LMS.

We would love to have you join us at this year’s conference in San Jose.  We would also appreciate learning more about tools you are using for lecture or content capture, and production workflows which have been successful for you.

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  1. janepmoore said, on June 5, 2009 at 6:38 am

    Cris and David are dynamic presenters—thanks for the matrix!

    I’ve been using ScreenFlow for the Mac very successfully to capture lectures. It turns them into .mov files. I like to use them when my students (who are teachers) have school-related activities in the evenings and have to miss class….while the movie is not a substitute for the interaction in class, it does provide some of the substantive concepts for the evening.


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