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Mr. Lekacos is Director of Graduate Education in the College of Business at Stony Brook. Some of the M.Ba. courses are delivered in a blended mode, part face-to-face and part online using synchronous technology. Face to face time is used for team activities and collaboration. Art discusses how he uses browser based video...
Mr. Lekacos is Director of Graduate Education in the College of Business at Stony Brook. Some of the M.Ba. courses are delivered in a blended mode, part face-to-face and part online using synchronous technology. Face to face time is used for team activities and collaboration. Art discusses how he uses browser based video conferencing to synchronously deliver short lectures to students in the program. The lectures are recorded and added to an archive posted within Blackboard for review by the students or for viewing by students unable to attend at the scheduled time. Art also uses the system to bring experts in the field into his classroom and for student teams to work remotely on business analysis problems. He also uses the system to teach students in Korea. Art also discusses his use of Adobe Captivate to create tutorials on software such as Microsoft Excel. He has found that the use of multimedia has in the opinion of his student’s added interest to the content. He is also motivated by the fact that he employs the technologies that students will need to use in the real world. Art is joined by Jennifer Adams who provides information on getting set up with video recording and conferencing technologies at Stony Brook.