2016 Lecture Capture Survey

Unattributed, Duke University, Feb 29, 2016
Commentary by Stephen Downes

The context of this article is mostly to serve as a platform to introduce Duke's own lecture capture product, but it's still a useful view of a dozen or so competing products - you can see them all listed in the 'Categories' list to the right. Click on them to find overviews of such products as Cattura, Echo 360, and Opencast. Interestingly, according to the author, "many vendors are working hard to replace the term 'lecture capture' with terms like 'academic video' that call to mind flipped classes, supplementary teaching modules created outside class, and recordings that are more highly produced and edited rather than automated recordings of a lecturer standing at the front of a room."

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