Monthly Archives: November 2013

Lectures and Intellectual Property

I was reading an article this morning about lecture capture at California State University. I found it interesting that a lot of the article is taken up by IP (intellectual property) concerns ¬†for instance “Some professors expressed concern that their … Continue reading

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Recording can IMPROVE a bad lecture

I loved this slide in Donald’s Clark’s TED presentation   the point being that the ability to revisit ¬†lecture (not the whole thing, just the important parts) can help make any lecture more understandable to students, and that every lecture … Continue reading

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LectureMonkey as local social network for learning – or “passing the peeing exam”

Sometimes when I talk about LectureMonkey as a social network I can hear the (sometimes silent) groans. Just to be clear – LectureMonkey is all about recording lectures and collaborating on lectures. One result of that focus is it also … Continue reading

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