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MediaCore / iPad Recording


Maddy Bentley from MediaCore contacted me recently. She had seen my iPad Lecture Capture video, and wanted to share her video “how to capture presentations and screencasts on iPad.”

Maddy provides a demonstration on how to use Doodlecast Pro, along with suggesting some alternative apps.

MediaCore has Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) - so this is a video platform that would work with Desire2Learn, our LMS here at DePaul.


iPad Lecture Capture


I am presenting an Information Session (iPad Lecture Capture: Information Session I-3) at the 30th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning. The presentation will take place on Wednesday 13th August from 10:30-11:15 a.m. This will be part of the Technology,Tools, and Media track.

The presentation notes, hyperlinks, and PDF can be accessed here.


Technology Tuesdays: Lecture Capture From The iPad

On the 25th July, 2013, I gave a one-hour session on "iPad Lecture Capture" as part of the monthly Technology Tuesdays. Above is an abbreviated video that shares some of the essentials of the presentation, outlining five strategies to capture and share lecture material on and with the Apple iPad.

Presentation Resources

Sansa Clip
Guerilla Lecture Capture

Five Methods of iPad Lecture Capture

1: Jailbreak and Display Recorder
2: Screencasting Apps
3: Epiphan VGA2USB converter and Camtasia/ScreenFlow
4: AirPlay Approach
5: AVerMedia - C875 LGP


Illinois Desire2learn Regional User Forum on October 19

DePaul is gong to be well represented at the upcoming Illinois Desire2learn Regional User Forum that is taking place on October 19th. I will be making a short presentation on lecture capture and D2L, and my colleagues in FITS and IS will be sharing their expertise with D2L.

Illinois Desire2Learn Regional User Forum
October 19, 2012

Peer Collaboration | eLearning Best Practices | Training | Technical Innovations

Official Website:
Location: Elgin Community College
University & Business Center (Building E)
1700 Spartan Drive
Elgin, IL 60123
Date: Friday, October 19, 2012
Time: 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM (8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Breakfast, Registration and Networking)
Registration: $80 per person or $70 per person group rate (if attending with a group of 10 or more) Click here for online registration
Food: Breakfast, break snacks and lunch will be provided


University of Missouri Seeks to Limit Recording of Classroom Lectures

Via The Chronicle of Higher Education. This is very interesting:

“Under a policy change proposed by the University of Missouri, students who want to record classroom lectures would first have to obtain written permission from their professors and classmates, the Associated Press reports. Administrators say the intent is to protect “the sanctity of the classroom,” so students and faculty can freely express their opinions without worrying about their comments’ being posted online. The university was at the center of a controversy last spring after highly edited videos of labor-studies classes were posted online by the conservative blogger Andrew Breitbart.”


Practical Lecture Capture In & Out of the Classroom

Panopto is hosting a webinar on lecture capture on the 18th May. This sounds like an excellent webinar to join. Full details are below:

Practical Lecture Capture . . . . In & Out of the Classroom

5 Leading Experts from Across the United States Talk About More than A Dozen Effective Strategies For Lecture Capture

“Hear from and talk to users of lecture capture to learn how their institutions, faculty and students are using Lecture Capture software to enable teaching and learning in any venue. Experts from across the United States participate in this Customer Experience Forum. More than 5 experts and many use cases are provided during this Forum. Institutions: Cal State; University of The Sciences; University of Colorado; Concordia; Suffolk.”

  • Date: Wednesday, May 18, 2011
  • Time: 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM (Chicago Time)

You can register here.

Lecture Capture Systems in the Cloud


Sonic Foundry has an upcoming webinar that should be of interest, “Lecture Capture Systems in the Cloud: Why New York Law School Outsourced Hosting for Campus-Wide Capture” on March 22.

More information can be found

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