Lecture Capture Systems: Are They Worth It?

Thursday, January 08 | 11:45AM–12:30PM | Congress Room B/C (fourth floor)
Session Type: Professional Development
The presence of lecture capture systems in the educational marketplace is becoming more pronounced. The various companies and institutions promoting them promise that they will transform academia across course delivery formats. This presentation will present evidence from research studies at two distinct institutions regarding the impact of using various lecture capture systems. Data will be presented on variables and outcomes related to the decision making needs of students, faculty, and administrators. We will also discuss how educational institutions can set up research programs to evaluate the effectiveness of their lecture capture systems.

Presenters

  • Habtu Braha

    Interim Assoc. VP for Academic Affairs, Coppin State University
  • Chris Brittan-Powell

    Associate Professor, Coppin State University
  • James Craig

    Professor and Educational Consultant, Dental School, University of Maryland, Baltimore
  • Ahmed El-Haggan

    Vice President for Information Technology & CIO, Coppin State University
  • Sadie Gregory

    Dean, College of Business, Coppin State University

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