Streaming recorded Lessons using a TabletPC

Abstract : At our university of applied sciences we are working with part time students which sometimes can not come to the lessons because they are tied up with business. Those lessons where the lecturer is talking and there is only a little interaction with the students are now recorded. The major aspect why this recordings are so popular by our students is the fact that we are recording the desktop of the lecturers laptop and their voice. Instead of writing on the chalkboard the lecturers are writing on the screen of the TabletPCs. So the student who has missed the course can get nearly the same information as if he had been in the course. Everything that has been visualised is on the desktop recording even the voice of the lecturer. The streaming file becomes about 10 Mbyte/h and could be streamed by students who have signed for the course.
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Thomas Fischer. Streaming recorded Lessons using a TabletPC. Conference ICL2007, September 26 -28, 2007, 2007, Villach, Austria. 3 p. ⟨hal-00257147⟩

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