Our new LDAP and SSO functionality allows universities to integrate CaptureCast with their general user database.
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The potential implications of recording, streaming, and sharing screens cast a wide net over the future of classroom teaching tactics. As free screencasting software becomes increasingly prevalent, we see more and more effective implementations to learn from. Here are three simple, yet effective, ways to make the most of screencasting technology. Whiteboard Videos Perhaps most... Continue Reading →
Technology in education is the archetype of a trendsetting field. The Internet is awash with new techniques and technology to be applied in universities and K-12 classrooms. In the interest of helping you cut through the clutter, here’s a list of blogs and publications that keep us abreast of the latest news and innovations in... Continue Reading →
Rising costs of education are driving university students to take one or more jobs in an attempt to avoid mounting student debt. To accommodate part-time or full-time work, most students are taking more than the traditional four years to complete a bachelor’s degree. How are universities responding to this growing drain on financial and academic... Continue Reading →
In late March, EdTech Digest published a guest column heralding the broiling, unpredictable evolution of video in higher ed. The column notes a growing demand for adaptive, leading-edge lecture capture solutions. The expectations of faculty and students are shaped by the user experiences made common by social and entertainment media. Student and Faculty Experience As... Continue Reading →
You missed a capture, and another lecture is about to start. If your hardware has an open design, you need an appropriate replacement part. If not, you need to replace the entire recording unit. Either way, you need it soon.
Lecture capture hardware is designed to support a demand for robust recording, streaming, and playback services. In many cases, the sophistication of these solutions makes them to difficult to customize for a university’s unique needs, much less those of specific classrooms.