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Personal Capture's New Download location
As we have moved to echo360 in the cloud... the new place to find your personal capture software is now also in the cloud. From the main page that you first see when you login - go here: or go directly to this link: More)
How echo360's role structure when linked to blackboard cripples its functionality
Say you are an instructor.  You want to use Blackboard and echo360 active learning or capture platform.  You have TA's or Course Builders in Blackboard. So, you set up a schedule of captures through your support people for your course.  You do (More)
Requesting a SBCapture recording
SBCapture is used for different purposes on campus and we have a few different mechanisms for turning on Echo360 for your course. Most common: You want regularly scheduled recording throughout most if not all of the semester. In this case, you (More)
Need to record video?
You have a few options for this.  You can reserve a room that has SBCapture built in, and let us know the sch (More)
Using TED-Ed to re-envision massively online or flipped courses
Dr. Margaret Schedel had wanted to flip her classroom before the whole MOOC concept starting sweeping SBU, so it seemed like a plan to try not only flipping her class, not only by recording the standard lectures and using class time to work on the ha (More)
Did you know? SBCapture not only does room based capture, but also has \"Personal Capture\" which can record the screen, webcam and audio from any computer, and \"Video Ingest\" which can take any supplemental video and load into Blackboard? (More)
SBCapture again
I don\'t want to write about this one service too much, but we just had another snow day and some instructors have thought to do this, but I\'m sure more could do this and it just hasn\'t occurred to them.  SBCapture has been on campus now since 2008 (More)
Yale talking about Creating Instructional Videos
  Discusses standards of video creation, expectations of instructional support staff, etc. (More)
Snow Days - Personal Capture time!
Are you over the snow?  It\'s been a white winter, that\'s for sure! More importantly are you teaching a course where you really need all of those pesky lecture hours? Do you know what online courses do when it snows really bad?  They keep going. (More)
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