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by Stephen Downes
[Sept] 07, 2016

2016 Lecture Capture Survey
Duke University, 2016/09/07


The typical college classroom is not the most exciting place in the world, but with lecture capture becoming more common this may change for the better. Meanwhile, here's Duke's lecture capture survey with reports on the leading contenders in the field. "Most vendors have ramped up video resolution and quality to accommodate the increased capabilities of our current hardware. There were more and better integrations with LMS’s (mainly through the LTI standard), and more support for mobile devices. One of the most interesting changes we have seen is that a number of lightweight software capture tools like Kaltura CaptureSpace and Collaj that boast a tight fit with media management systems are carving out a new niche in what previously has been a solidly appliance-driven market."

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