"What did I miss?" How Lecture Capture is Changing the Classroom
After a two year pilot process of meticulously surveying multiple lecture capture solutions, SUNY Oswego chose a product to implement on campus. In June 2012, a contract was signed with Panopto, and work commenced putting the system in place. In addition to the rooms that already had hardware in place from the evaluation period, the goal was to outfit 10 more rooms for the Fall 2012 semester. With an additional five classrooms outfitted for Spring 2013, the campus now has 20 rooms with Panopto available to record lectures. Come hear how the committee in charge of this process has managed to deploy and administer this system, what pitfalls they have traversed, what faculty feedback has been thus far, how much the system is being utilized by students, and what benefits have been realized. They will also give an overview of how Panopto integrates with ANGEL, as well as examples of lectures faculty have chosen to share with the public.
Media and Design Specialist, SUNY Oswego
Dan Laird has been a technology professional at SUNY Oswego since 2007. His current position as nedia and design specialist has his hands in many different endeavors, including maintaining websites, developing various creations to fulfill both print and digital needs, and administrating the Panopto Lecture Capture service on campus. He is currently working on his MA in Graphic Design.