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Lecture Capturing Studio

Learning in Virtual Class-room
This facility provides a chance to learn through video lecture of renowned academicians.

In endeavor to provide ‘the best’ to the students G.L. Bajaj has initiated video lecturing on various topics. The students can watch, at their own convenience, video lecture by renounced academician. Needless to say, video in particular is often attractive as a means to capture lecture content and present direct instruction. Of all the technological components involved in the learning experience, it is often the most visible and the most resource intensive. It is easy then to assume that it will be the most impactful.

 

Effectively Designed Video Can...

  • Grab a student’s attention, spark curiosity, and provide value to the course content.
  • Show real life examples or case studies. Demonstrations focused on contrasting cases help students to achieve expert-like differentiation (Schwartz & Bransford, 1998).
  • Stimulate a focused discussion guided by the instructor.
  • Be an archived resource that students can access anywhere and anytime from first exposure to review and remediation.
  • For certain topics and concepts video can help novice students who have lower prior knowledge process the concept you are teaching more easily (Reiser & Dempsey, 2007).
  • Provide multiple perspectives of the same material rather than relying on a single viewpoint (Brunvand, 2010).
  • Be reflective tools for learners as they work to integrate and apply new information into their preexisting knowledge by allowing students to comment and respond to the videos they view (Brunvand, 2010).
  • Used to provide instructional material as an alternative to in class live lecture. It makes use of the subject matter and expertise of the instructor while also allowing the instructor to be “a guide on the side” in an active learning environment. Note, this does not suggest digitizing an in-class lecture but redesigning a lecture to serve a new purpose.
  • Be added to a multimedia context such as an online lesson module or classroom presentation.
  • Involve students in creating media as a way to assess their understanding. Student-led media projects encourage collaboration, accountability, creativity, and mastery of ideas and concepts.

 

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