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A Centralised Lecture Capture System for Irish Higher Education

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Mulligan, B., O'Halloran, P., "A Centralised Lecture Capture System for Irish Higher Education", EdTech2012, Annual Conference of the Irish Learning Technology Association, 31st May-1st June, 2012

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  1. 1. A Centralised Lecture Capture Service for Irish Higher Education Brian Mulligan, Institute of Technology Sligo Peter O’Halloran, HEAnet EdTech2012, NUI Maynooth
  2. 2. "This guy is amazing” Bill Gates www.khanacademy.org
  3. 3. Which will have the biggest Impact? • Free Content? – MIT Open courseware, Khan Academy • Online HE from abroad? – Eg. USA • Online from private institutions? – Eg. Phoenix, Hibernia, Kaplan • Professional Accreditation? – Disaggregation of teaching and assessment. • Low cost providers? – University of the People
  4. 4. How much does it cost to record and publish a lecture? • Recording set up. – Video – Audio – Screen capture – Etc. • Mixing • Editing • Post-processing • Publishing • Yale: €40k per course
  5. 5. How much does it cost to use Powerpoint in a lecture?
  6. 6. What if it was that easy and cheap to record a lecture?
  7. 7. What do we really need to record? Audio  Slides/Data Projector  Video ? Whiteboard ? Audience ? Do we really need to edit?
  8. 8. What does a Lecture Capture System do? • Records screen and audio – other devices (video, document readers, etc.) • Uploads raw recordings • Post-processes – Multiple output formats • Publishes to the Internet – VLE, RSS feed, iTunes, YouTube etc.
  9. 9. “Lecture Capture” is... ...an easy way to: record, post-process and publish lectures.
  10. 10. Criteria for selection • Ease of recording • Ease of publishing • Scalability • Cost of hosting • Bandwidth requirements – Recording, viewing • Publishing options • Output quality and formats • Navigable recordings
  11. 11. Examples • Software based recording is more cost effective and flexible than hardware based.
  12. 12. How does it work?
  13. 13. Step 1 – Lecturer Clicks on Record
  14. 14. Step 2 - File Uploads to Server
  15. 15. Step 3 - File Published to Students
  16. 16. HEAnet Pilot • Camtasia Relay • 3 month free trial • Free Screencast accounts for publishing – Links of RSS feeds to folders • 30 volunteers (via NDLR) • Surveyed at the end.
  17. 17. Survey results polldaddy.com
  18. 18. Thank You! Any Questions? Discussion. mulligan.brian@itsligo.ie, coll.brian@itsligo.ie Brian Mulligan, Brian Coll Institute of Technology Sligo
  19. 19. ADDITIONAL SLIDES
  20. 20. Camtasia Relay Market Considering Textbook pricing model $10 per course
  21. 21. Extra Costs for Deployment: • $2,000 = 20 classrooms with microphones (Samson UB1) • $20,000 = 20 new smart carts pc (Dell Optiplex 775) • (slated for upgrade previously) • $5,500 = 6 Samsung visualizer (SDP-850X) • $1300 = 13 sign out/test microphones (Samson UB1) • $1,500 = 10 graphics tablets (Adesso Cyber Pad)
  22. 22. Yale has spent $30,000 to $40,000 for each course it puts online. This includes the cost of the videographer, generating a transcript and providing what Diana E. E. Kleiner, who runs Open Yale Courses, calls “quality assurance.” The Open University’s free offerings have been downloaded more than 16 million times, with 89 percent of those downloads outside the U.K., says Martin Bean, vice chancellor of the university. Some 6,000 students started out with a free online course before registering for a paid online course.
  23. 23. Lecture Capture World Market • The revenues for hardware, software, maintenance and support revenues are anticipated to measure in excess of $50 million in 2010. • Frost & Sullivan's 2010 research, World Lecture Capture Solutions Market.
  24. 24. Panopto Student Bandwidth • With default encoding settings, bandwidth is: • 50 Kbps – Audio Only • 300 Kbps - Video only or video + PowerPoint • 500 Kbps for video + any combination of secondary video (screen, chalkboard, doc. camera, etc)
  25. 25. Panopto Hardware Requirements • Data Server (Minimal Configuration): • Operating System Windows XP, Vista, Windows Server 2003/2008 (Std., Pro., Ent.) • Processor / Memory Dual Core 1.6Ghz / 1GB RAM • Network 100/1000 NIC Storage • Data Server Storage: • Add 1.3TB for every 100 hours of Digital Video. • Add 54GB for every 100 hours of High Quality Compressed (HQC) that you want to keep. • Add 13.5GB for every 100 hours of Web Ready (WR) that you want to keep.

Hinweis der Redaktion

  • How much resources are needed? The Khan Academy is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) with the mission of providing a world-class education to anyone, anywhere. 1800 Videos - 29,200,096 lessons delivered Khan's playlist of 1,630 tutorials (at last count) are now seen an average of 70,000 times a day -- nearly double the student body at Harvard and Stanford combined. OR equivalent to every undergraduate in the University sector in Ireland.
  • Yale has spent $30,000 to $40,000 for each course it puts online. This includes the cost of the videographer, generating a transcript and providing what Diana E. E. Kleiner, who runs Open Yale Courses, calls “quality assurance.”

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