Call for 2022/2023 Lecture Capture Program!
Are you interested in recording your teaching activity? The FASE Lecture Capture program is geared towards instructors who use non-digital teaching methods (e.g., chalkboard, demonstrations) and/or who are not teaching in an LSM classroom space. Read more to find out if this program is right for you!
Every summer, the ETO calls for instructors interested in participating in the lecture capture program. If you are interested, please submit this webform to express interest in joining the program (closing Friday, August 26, 2022). The ETO team will schedule for as many courses as possible, as determined by scheduling limitations.
What is the last day that I can join the Lecture Capture Program?
This form closes on Friday, August 26 at 5:00 pm EST.
What is the FASE Lecture Capture Program?
The Lecture Capture Program supports instructors who would like to record their live course sessions and share this footage back to the students for the duration of their course. It is not intended for one off or special request captures (see how to request special filming requests). With the release of a built-in, in room content capture tool (see how to administer OpenCast, supported by the team at Learning Space Management (LSM)), the FASE Lecture Capture Program limits lecture capture to courses that a) include a high volume of non-digitally presented content (e.g. chalkboard, demonstrations) or b) occur in non-LSM classroom spaces.
Participating for the first time?
We recommend you read frequently asked questions regarding the Lecture Capture Program including a checklist to complete before your first class, how to prepare your students (including sample text to include on your syllabus), and how long the recordings are kept for.