Lecture Capture Systems are the industry standard. Over 71% of higher education institutes report using lecture capture systems, while many others report implementation planning (UCISA, 2016). These systems enable students to fully concentrate on their lessons, instead of transcribing the presentation or slides. In universities, lecture video capture enables access to materials and quality monitoring of classroom instruction. Lecture capture is equipped to record content from a variety of sources such as video cameras, slide presentations, microphones, and visualizers. The system collates different content streams into a single timeline of material for easy navigation and storage in a Learning Management System.
Whiteboards are widely used in education to illustrate concepts, show examples, and highlight important ideas. While lecture capture successfully records audio and visual components, whiteboard content is often not visible to students when they view a lecture recording. Access to whiteboard content can fill in the missing links from recorded lectures and improve the ability for students to learn at their own pace.
Use Kaptivo whiteboard camera to enhance lecture capture systems by providing a complete archive of class content. Use with any system, including Winnov, Panopto, or Kaltura, to provide the most comprehensive record of classroom instruction and enable flipped learning like never before.