There are a variety of reasons a professor would want to record their classroom lecture or create a recorded lecture. Making recorded class sessions available allows students to review material covered in class on their own time and at a different pace. If you are teaching in a “flipped course” approach then you might want to record a short lecture narrated over a Powerpoint/Prezi presentation or capture a simulation from your screen as you comment. Here at Dartmouth we support Camtasia Relay, a simple downloaded program to capture anything happening on your screen, your mic, and your webcam. The movie file then uploads to a website and sends you a link for your movie file to pass onto students.
- Camtasia Relay Dartmouth Research Guide
- Camtasia Relay tutorials (Techsmith)
- Fuse (mobile Camtasia Relay available for iOS and most Android devices)
- Livescribe (pen-casting device)
- Bamboo tablet (another pen-casting option)
Interested in lecture capture for your course? Please contact us to Schedule a Consult.