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Thursday
Jan 8th, 2009
8:30 AM - 9:15 AM
Commonwealth Hall C/D (second floor)
Mountain Time
Session Type: Teaching and Learning
If you record in-class lectures and make them available online, why would students still come to class? If they don't—but can pass exams—does it matter? While faculty have mixed feelings about recorded lectures, a combination of new technologies makes it possible to allow only students who attend class to access recorded lectures online, for the purposes of review (not discovery). This presentation will show how UMBC is exploring the use of clickers (or audience response systems), a course management system, and simple lecture capture tools to give faculty fine-grained control of who reviews online recordings of their in-class lectures.
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