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Instructor-Computer Science/Information Systems
Department ClassLive/Elluminate Recordings
Using technology is not a new concept for Dr. Judy Clark, Instructor in the Computer Science/Information Systems Department. Dr. Clark has designed and developed the Computers and Technology course taught by the department, along with Web Page Development, Script Programming and other CS/IS courses. Creating content that captures that attention of students within the course site can be difficult, but Dr. Clark is integrating a new tool recently implemented by the CITE Office.
ClassLive/Elluminate is a web conferencing tool which provides faculty with the ability to produce recordings of short lecture sessions (5-10 minutes in length or less) to be linked within a course site for asynchronous use. PowerPoint slide shows, white board use, application sharing, and videos can all be incorporated into these sessions. ClassLive/Elluminate can also be used as a synchronous meeting tool within a course site and these same tools can be used by scheduling an online meeting with students.
The recording links can easily be added to any course website for viewing by students. For many courses, adding in the lecture portion to the course site frees up time during the classroom sessions for work on other activities which require teacher-to-student interaction in a face-to-face environment. Dr. Clark has used these recordings to provide links to short descriptions of concepts and applications that she feels students need additional visual and audio guidance.
If you are interested in learning more about ClassLive/Elluminate recordings, please contact Jolaine Zweifel in the CITE Office at x-1532 or email@example.com