Lecture Capture

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Holocaust and Genocide Lecture Series. Cambodian Stories of Trauma and Recovery. Speaker: Lucia D. Roncalli, M.D.

Lecture Capture

The traditional method of lecture capture is accomplished by having a single camera and videographer assigned to the classroom. The primary emphasis of lecture capture is to video the instructor, guest speaker or student presenter, as they present the course material. Once the material is captured to video, post-production processing includes basic editing, the addition of identifying opening and closing graphics, and formatting the video for DVD and streaming. Videos of the lecture can be provided on a DVD to the faculty and placed on reserve at the campus Library. One copy of the DVD is also provided to Library for campus archive purposes. The video of the lecture can also be provided as a streaming video. A link to the streaming video will be provided to the faculty, allowing the faculty to incorporate the streaming video into Moodle, the campus learning management system. The streaming video can also be uploaded to CSUSonoma, the campus YouTube channel. Videos of lectures can be closed-captioned and transcribed to accommodate accessibility requests.