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Dr. Collins, an associate professor in Neurobiology and Behavior, discusses the use of automated lecture recording systems in his biology course. This course is taught to over 1200 students each year in a large lecture format. He describes how the system is implemented and the impact it has had on his teaching. Bill discusses...
Dr. Collins, an associate professor in Neurobiology and Behavior, discusses the use of automated lecture recording systems in his biology course. This course is taught to over 1200 students each year in a large lecture format. He describes how the system is implemented and the impact it has had on his teaching. Bill discusses student reactions, their use of the recordings, and their attendance at live lectures. He also discusses how having the recordings enables him to change what is done in the classroom. He discusses his plans to use the recorded material for mini courses, to deliver the course remotely at the Southampton campus, link back to material from follow on courses, and develop a video FAQ for the course. The use of recordings to teach the course without the faculty member and intellectual property rights are addressed. Bill is joined by Anthony Bozzanca, a computer support technician in TLT. Anthony covers the technical details of the system and what is needed to get faculty started. He describes the multiple formats the content can be delivered in and how each can be viewed with various devices.