How to Create a Cohesive Lecture Capture Program: One College’s Journey

Concurrent Session 9

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Brief Abstract

Cuyahoga Community College recently completed a mass migration of 13,000 videos to one cohesive solution for lecture capture and video management across its four campuses. Hear lessons learned in the college’s quest for a solid campus video strategy.

Presenters

With over 21 years of experience in instructional engineering and senior management in higher education, Thomas Kemp brings a rich knowledge to his current role as Executive Director, Online Learning and Academic Technology to Cuyahoga Community College in Cleveland, Ohio. He is responsible for online instructional technologies, including overseeing a learning management suite, engineering, new training initiatives, online learning marketing support, the colleges State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement, vendor online support technologies and online accreditation. Additionally, Thomas Co-Chairs the Distance Learning Steering Committee, Online Learning Taskforce and is responsible for community online engagement and planning and oversight of project development for future online instruction.

Extended Abstract

What do you get when faculty and students use five different video solutions to create and watch lectures and assignments? Videos posted all over the place – YouTube, your LMS, personal websites, etc., that’s what. Not to mention your wasted time and money trying to effectively manage all that content.

Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C) knows that all too well. The Cleveland, Ohio college recently completed a mass migration of 13,000 videos to one cohesive solution for lecture capture and video management across its four campuses. Join Tom Kemp, Tri-C’s Executive Director, Online Learning and Academic Technology, as he shares lessons learned in the college’s quest for a solid campus video strategy, including how:

  • Personal capture tools are promoting micro learning
  • Streaming lectures helps reach non-traditional students
  • And how they made their thousands of legacy videos searchable and new again