Echo360 Personal Capture Randy Newbrough Principal Instructional and Collaborative Technologist UITS Learning Technologies UNIVERSITY INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES What is Echo360? • Echo360 is the lecture and personal capture solution at IU. • The service captures audio, video and computer content in classrooms or on personal computers and distributes it through the web or direct download links. • Tool available for integration into your Oncourse section. Why Lecture Capture? • • • • • • Missed class Review of class lecture/materials Review in preparation for exams Capture special guest presenters Pre-recorded lecture for when instructor is gone Introduction of basic concepts prior to class (Flipped Classroom) Concerns About Lecture Capture • • • • Fear of decreased student attendance Intellectual property Fear of “forever” System breakdowns Echo360 IU Student Survey Results Echo360 IU Faculty Survey Results Echo360 @Indiana University • Last 3yrs, about 25 rooms at IUB, IUPUI, IUN, IUK • June 2013, Open Licenses Agreement • Includes all IU campuses Classroom Capture vs. Personal Capture? • Classroom Capture is software or hardware installed in a classroom at IU. It can capture a variety of inputs in the classroom, including audio, video, computer content, and document cameras. (PC only at this time.) • Personal Capture is software installed on a personal Windows or Macintosh computer. It allows the user to capture audio, video, and computer content on a personal computer. Classroom Capture • How to request a recording? http://www.iu.edu/~lets/lecture-capture/ • What rooms are available to record? All Bursar controlled rooms at your campus. Classroom Capture • Scheduled Recordings A recording that is scheduled that starts and stops at a specific time. All Automated. • Ad-hoc Recordings Manually start and stop a recording from the main computer in the classroom. Personal Capture • Recordings can be made from PC or Mac. • Only Ad-hoc recordings. • Request will need to be made for an account and software download. • Edit Recordings on your machine before publishing. View Recordings Echo Center • Available/Unavailable Recordings • Analytics • Discussions • Bookmarks • Editing • Downloadable Podcast/Vodcasts Need Help? • Teaching center consultants • Randy Newbrough – UITS Learning Technologies – [email protected] • kb.iu.edu • [email protected] • Nate Pairitz – Collaboration Technologies • [email protected] Let’s Take a Look at the Echo Portal Echo360 Lecture Capture • Echo Personal Capture Echo360 Lecture Capture • Echo Personal Capture Echo360 Lecture Capture • Echo Personal Capture Echo360 Lecture Capture • Echo Personal Capture Echo360 Lecture Capture • Echo Personal Capture Echo360 Lecture Capture • Echo Personal Capture References Kim, J. (2009). Capturing lectures: No brainer or sticky wicket?. EDUCAUSE Center for Applied Research Bulletin, 2009(24). Kolowich, S. (2009, 11/09). Fans and fears of lecture capture. Retrieved from http://www.insidehighered.com/news/2009/11/09/capture Owston, R., Lupshenyuk, D., & Wideman, H. (2011). Lecture capture in large undergraduate classes: Student perceptions and academic performance. The Internet and Higher Education, 14, 262-268. Traphagan, T., Kucsera, J., & Kishi, K. (2010). Impact of class lecture webcasting on attendance and learning. Education Tech Research Dev, 58, 19-37. Vajoczki, S., Watt, S., Marquis, N., Vine, M., & Liao, R. (2011). Students approach to learning and their use of lecture capture. Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia, 20(2), 195-214. Williams, A., Birch, E., & Hancock, P. (2012). The impact of online lecture recordings on student performance. Australian Journal of Educational Technology, 28(2), 199-213. (2011). Lecture capture yet to take hold. BizEd, 10(5), 68-69.