When we hear the phrase, “lecture capture,” it is not uncommon to immediately imagine an online course with zero collaborative interaction. This common misconception tends to drive faculty away from utilizing lecture capture technologies. But recording entire lectures, or even … Continue reading
eLearning has shared tips on how to create videos on phone or tablet, but this month we are taking it one step further. How can you create a short (2 minute) step-by-step instructional video instead of sending text instructions to … Continue reading
There are many sites where educators can find free videos to incorporate into their classes. Some of these sites include YouTube, TED, PBS, Khan Academy, and more. But sometimes it’s hard to find exactly what you’re looking for pertaining to … Continue reading
Our team has had a great relationship with the Robofest committee over the years and we always get excited for the Thanksgiving RoboParade. As if the excitement exuding from the kids isn’t enough to guarantee a fun time, the robots … Continue reading
The ever-so-sought after campus job is back on the market. Ladies & gentlemen – eLearning Services Media Production is hiring.
Our Director Dr. Richard Bush says, “With the partnerships that [eLearning has], those will result in new students, new programs, new sections, more courses, & higher quality. It will help us define quality online instruction.” How have we been working … Continue reading
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