Uses for Lecture Capture
Our systems capture audio, video and presentation materials and makes the content available for live broadcasting or on-demand access over the Web. Below are some of the innovative ways faculty, students, and staff are using them.
- Online Mediasite request form - use this to request time and help in one of our studios.
Some uses for Teaching and Learning:
- Capture special events or speakers;
- Create supplemental resources to support learning;
- Record student presentations & publish to Cougar Courses;
- Create content for a hybrid course;
- Add dynamic content to fully online course;
- If you'll be out of town at a conference, record your lecture ahead of time.
Dynamic content for fully online courses:
- Marisol Clark-Ibanez, Sociology and E-Learning Faculty Fellow, uses PowerPoint presentation with video of lecture
- Professor Clark-Ibanez gives a detailed explanation of an intricate assignment for an online course
- Librarian Gabriel Sonntag provides library instruction for online research projects
- Mary Jo Poole, Sociology, introduces her syllabus and course
- Prof. Poole's Introduction (fully online sociology)
- Nancy Dome, College of Education, demonstrates how to use a program
Supplemental resources for face-to-face and hybrid courses:
- Penny Perkins-Johnston, Physiology
- Elizabeth Bigham, Human Development
- Judith Downie, Librarian
- Education student shares website
- Physiology student presentation
- Judy Leff, 2006 San Diego County Teacher of the Year
- Kimberly Dark, Jazz poet
- Kroeger Vice President speaks to marketing class
Student Orientation and Advising
Students love being able to help themselves. Students orientation and advising videos are watched thousands of times each semester.
- MyCSUSM - the orientation team shows students how to use MyCSUSM to access student services. This video was watched over 12,000 times in 2011.
- First-Year Advising - graduation requirements.
- Degree Progress Report - shows students how to use this valuable tool.
Training Modules for faculty, staff, and advisors:
CSU San Marcos wins the 2007 Rich Media Impact Award for Excellence in Distance Education
"This award recognizes a higher education institution that transformed its distance education program through web communications. The 2007 winner is California State University at San Marcos. Mediasite is widely used for online learning, sharing student presentations, capturing guest speakers and enhancing face-to-face instruction. Over the past year, more than 400 events have been recorded and archived for faculty, students and alumni to view. In addition, Mediasite is also being utilized for business support activities, providing on-demand training to all areas of the campus."