By Dennis Carter, eCampus News
Jacqueline Moloney wants college students to do less transcribing and more listening.
Moloney, executive vice chancellor and head of online learning at the University of Massachusetts Lowell campus, has overseen an effort to make lecture capture technology a standard feature in the university’s classrooms, along with a host of other technologies that can be tailored to fit instructors’ preferences.
Along with a suite of other technologiesߞ;digital document cameras and interactive LCD touch screens among themߞ;about one-third of UMass Lowell’s classrooms have been equipped with lecture capture programs that, Moloney said, let students “review, review, review” by rewinding the video lectures and hashing over complex concepts.
Furiously jotting down every key point that instructors make, she said, isn’t for everyone.
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