Lecture Capture at MSU
What is it?
"Lecture Capture is an umbrella term describing any technology that allows instructors to record what happens in their classrooms and make it available digitally. The term is used to describe a wide array of software, system capabilities, and hardware options. In its simplest form, lecture capture might be an audio recording made with an iPod. Alternatively, the term might refer to a software capture program, such as TechSmith's Camtasia Relay, that records cursor movement, typing, and other on-screen activity for demonstration purposes with an audio voiceover."
-(from Educause, "7 things you should know about...Lecture Capture", http://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/ELI7044.pdf, December 2008)
How do I learn more about lecture capture at MSU?
Start with the FAQ for the Lecture Capture Pilot on the MSU Bozeman campus
Read the Step by Step PDF
View the short, unedited Step by Step video, made with Camtasia Relay v.1.
Check out the assortment of videos and written tutorials available on the Techsmith site at:
Need more help? Review the PDF versions of the Camtasia Relay help file for:
Camtasia Relay Presenter Website:
Camtasia Relay Recorder:
Special note for Laptop users:
About the Camtasia Relay Version 4 upgrade:
Plenty of great videos and written tutorials are available on the Techsmith site at:
Link to MSU Technical FAQ
Where do I go for more information?
Contact Ritchie Boyd, Academic Technology Specialist
Call 994-4660, or email firstname.lastname@example.org