Classroom Recording

Overview

Built-in Classroom Recording
There are several rooms on campus that are equipped with built-in recording equipment. IRT has also equipped several rooms on campus with DVD recording devices for recording of guest lectures, events and presentations.

Recently, IRT has added a lecture capture systems to a few rooms. These have the advantage of capturing the computer screen so that presentations are very clear. The Echo 360 system captures class lectures from every class during a term and publishes directly to Blackboard. The Minneapolis School of Law has two rooms and there may be more rooms added around campus in the future. In addition, Podcast Producer is a built in option for recording lectures and student presentations in two rooms in BEC.

Audio-Video Recording Options for classroom use
DVD recording carts can be delivered to some classrooms and event spaces. Also, portable flash media cameras can be checked out from Tech DeskToo. For higher quality recordings the TV studio can be booked. And there are many computers equipped with built in cameras or external cameras can capture student presentations sufficiently.

Recording mini-lectures for courses - personal capture
There are several options for recording lectures from your personal computer:

  • Captivate
  • Camtasia
  • Adobe Connect
  • Adobe Presenter
  • Keynote
  • Podcast producer
  • Echo 360 Personal Capture
  • Jing - online tool

Getting Started

To determine the best option for recording, please consult with your Technology Consultant. For information on DVD duplication, media conversion and streaming please see our Media Services pages.