What do you wish you had known as you grew your lecture-capture program from a single building to an entire department, campus or even system?
Five years ago, as the University of Colorado at Boulder was planning a lecture capture pilot, Duncan McBogg took a deep-dive and documented everything they would need to consider. Later, as the university’s Academic Technology Support department took their pilot campus-wide, he put his studies into practice and implemented strategies for better communication, documentation, security, analytics, content management and distribution.
Last week, Duncan shared what he learned at the 12th Annual Online Learning Consortium’s Blended Learning Conference in Denver, Colo.
He spoke candidly about what comes after the initial planning process and the realities of scaling a lecture capture initiative.
If you weren’t there live to hear what he had to say, don’t worry. Get the free companion ebook for practical tips that will lead to the most successful implementation. Read it to learn:
- How to align disparate academic video deployments on campus to provide a central center of operation
- Essential questions you must consider to ensure everything from stakeholder buy-in to service promotion runs as smoothly as possible
- Real-life examples of triumphs and missteps on the road to an effective, efficient campus-wide video deployment.
If you want even more, watch Duncan's webinar on the same topic.
More about Duncan: He currently works for the University of Colorado Boulder’s Office of Information Technology, where he is the Service Manager and Team Lead for Classroom Capture and Video Conferencing. He holds two master’s degrees from the University of Colorado Denver - Master of Social Sciences and Master of Arts in Information Learning Technologies with Emphasis in eLearning Design and Implementation. In 2010, he authored the lecture capture ebook Successful Strategic Planning for Your Lecture Capture Initiative. In 2011, he developed a USB-based field kit for mobile lecture capture and web conferencing applications.