Lecture capture is the process of creating video and audio content for any standard, hybrid, or online course. By recording your voice and computer screen, it allows you to digitally record your classroom lecture or presentation.
You can record PowerPoint presentations, website articles, videos, etc. either in the classroom or at home and then share them online with your students.
*It is recommended that you acquire your own microphone. In the meantime, if you do not have a USB microphone or webcam, you can request an equipment loan by filling out the Audio/Video Equipment Online Request Formand contacting:
Instructional Media Services LIB C-108 (310) 243-2494
How to Get Started Recording Lectures: In the Classroom or at Home
Academic Technology offers technical support for lecture capture tools such as TechSmith Relay (previously Camtasia Relay), Camtasia Studio, and Blackboard Collaborate.
For lecture capture technical assistance or to schedule an appointment for one-on-one training, please submit a request for Lecture Capture support under Faculty Support > Blackboard > Lecture Capture.
Further Information on Lecture Capture and Additional Tutorials
How do I make the lectures available to my students?
You can post your lecture videos on Blackboard. Watch this video clip for instructions (clip begins at 5:51):
Is there a time limit?
There are no time limits for recordings.
Can my students view my lectures on their mobile devices?
Yes, videos published via TechSmith Relay are encoded in the MP4 format, which is a streamable format supported by most mobile devices.
Can I use my mobile device to record lectures?
Yes, you can use the TechSmith Fuse app available for both iOS and Android mobile devices. However, you can only record video from your device’s camera (front and back). Fuse cannot record your mobile device screen.