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Classroom/Lecture Capture

Classroom/Lecture Capture is a technology that allows you to record your voice and/or video presence along with what is being displayed on a computer screen or other device in the smart classroom. This often means capturing your class lecture along with the slides, websites, videos, document camera or other media being presented with the lecture. 

Some additional uses of lecture/classroom capture technology are: to provide material in advance of your lecture, to facilitate guest speakers whose schedules do not allow them to attend during class time, to provide students with rich feedback about their assignments and papers, and to record individual/small group student presentations.

Classrooms currently installed with Lecture Capture are:

Amarillo Center:
1101

Agriculture and Sciences Building:
ANS 101
ANS 102
ANS 103
ANS 201
ANS 316
ANS 318

Bivins Nursing Learning Center:
BNLC 108
BNLC 110
BNLC 116
BNLC 116A
BNLC 119
BNLC 173

Classroom Center:
CC 201
CC 206
CC 217
CC 219
CC 221
CC 224
CC 225
CC 227
CC 307
CC 308
CC 309
CC 310
CC 312
CC 314
CC 335
CC 401
CC 412
CC 427
CC 429

Engineering and Computer Sciences:
ECS 102
ECS 109
ECS 136
ECS 202
ECS 203
ECS 204
ECS 206

Mary Moody Northen Hall:
MMNH 185
MMNH 189

Old Main:
OM 203
OM 204
OM 206
OM 216
OM 219
OM 220
OM 325

Sybil B. Harrington Fine Arts Complex:
FAC 127
FAC 176
FAC 177
FAC 189
FAC 225
FAC 260

Virgil Henson Activity Center:
VHAC 206A
VHAC 206B
VHAC 207
VHAC 208

(Rooms list last updated on 8/21/2017)

 

 

Accessibility

Lecture Captures do not have closed captions by default. If you will be reusing your Lecture Capture videos every semester, please remember all videos should have closed captions at a very minimum. An audio narrative may also be necessary depending on the content of the video.

Tutorials

   Classroom/Lecture Capture Instructions

   Adding Videos to WTClass

   Requesting a Room

Training

For training on Lecture Capture, please contact the IT Support Center by email at or phone at 806-651-HELP (4357).