From Manual Recording To Managed Lecture Capture: Lessons Learned In Flipping the Classroom
At the University of Trinidad and Tobago, recording lectures was once a cumbersome technology dance. From loaner cameras and SD cards to burning and distributing DVDs, the process was disconnected from the teaching and learning objectives and produced no measurable results.
The university aligned its efforts by transitioning to an active flipped classroom.
Join us for a live webinar to find out how the decision to shift from a record-first-figure-it-out-later paradigm to a teaching- and learning-centered system of lecture capture helped UTT achieve desired learning outcomes and positively affect student performance.
Lisle Waldron, multimedia and AV services manager at UTT, will take your questions live and cover how they did it, including:
- The transition to a standard lecture capture platform
- The progression to flipping and blending
- The architecture of the technology
- The impact of data-driven instruction