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Lecture Capture (CC)

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Published on May 30, 2012

UW faculty use lecture-capture for both practical and pedagogical reasons—to maintain course continuity when classes can't meet, to make lectures accessible for remote or absent students, or to make complete recordings available to students for review lectures after class, a technique that students find helpful. Some faculty create stand-alone lectures for students to watch at home, freeing up in-person class time for more interactive and engaging activities. The lecture capture tool Tegrity is available to members of the UW community.

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