Monthly Archives: October 2013

What Do the Icons on the Play Menu Mean?

Play: Play back the lecture continuing from the last viewing. Share (with colleagues): Send an invitation to a colleague to view the lecture. You need this only if the colleague isn’t registered for LectureMonkey using their school email address. It … Continue reading

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Audio Only Mode

Sometimes the board and presentations don’t change that often, or you just can’t figure a way to stand the iPhone on it own. For those cases there is Audio Only mode. In audio only mode, LectureMonkey records all the audio … Continue reading

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Using Video Snippets to Record a Demo

LectureMonkey captures high resolution images of the whiteboards and presentation, much more useful and efficient  than video. Even so, sometimes you just need a video clip as part of a lecture (for instance if there is a demo during class). … Continue reading

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Setting Bookmarks and Comments

One powerful feature of LectureMonkey is Bookmarks and Comments. You create a bookmark (to mark important point – like information for a test or homework) during recording by a tap the add bookmark icon. Don’t worry about ruining the recording  -LectureMonkey … Continue reading

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What is LectureMonkey?

Want better grades? Ever review for an exam and wish you had taken better notes, or see a rerun of the lecture? While taking notes – ever wish that you could concentrate on the lecture instead? If so, LectureMonkey is … Continue reading

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Silencing the Shutter Click

The iPhone doesn’t allow applications to control its camera shutter sound  because of privacy issues – so LectureMonkey can’t turn off the click for you while recording. Luckily it easy for users to turn off the shutter sound themselves – just … Continue reading

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