Sample EBR Lecture Captures
This page is under construction.
It contains examples of captured lectures recorded in various East Bay classrooms. Provided with permission from participating faculty.
Examples below are to be edited.
Play around with the navigation features- look for slider bars, click on thumbnails and slide title lists.
Double click on the windows in "screen capture" mode to enlarge them to full screen. Esc to return to original. Use the + and the - symbols in the upper right in "slide" mode to enlarge and reduce the slide
- Typical smart classroom "rich media" recording
- Click on the slide text labels on the left to move around or click on the thumbnails below the slide.
- Try searching for a term and see the list of slides it generates and click on them. (only available in this mode.)
- In "slide"mode use the + and - symbols to enlarge and reduce the slide
- Use the slider bar on top left or in "slide" mode use the thumbnails below the slide to fast forward or rewind.
- Mi large lecture room recording showing use of the Doc Cam and computer
- Double click on either window to fill the screen with that view. (Esc to return to both.)
- This is particularly effective because students in the room also benefit from the enlarged image on the projector.
- VBT124 recording showing use of a camera on the white board and computer
- Double clicking on the windows will fill the screen with that window.(Esc to return to both.)
- Students in the room also see the enlarged whiteboard on the projector as well as the whiteboard.
- Recording in a smart classroom showing use of a graphics table
- We will provide graphics tables for faculty interested in this approach.
- This example uses a graphics tablet in conjunction with another application -"Classroom Presenter".
- Note that the capture also includes the navigation buttons of the app. These are only used during the capture. Students use the EBR controls or thumbnails at the bottom of the screen to navigate.
- The presenter uses the others during the presentation while it is being recorded
Among other things, they allow the presenter to go to previous screens throughout the live presentation in case questions come up or a point prior needs to be clarified. In essence the presenter never runs out of blackboard space!