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Teaching in the Digital Media Classroom


The Digital Media Classroom (DMC) is a lecture capturing resource available to all faculty members. You have the option of securing the rooms for the entire semester to capture your weekly instructional units or reserve the rooms to record individual review sessions to be used in your online courses.
With little advanced preparation, the DMC allows you to deliver and record your instructional content in the natural setting of a face-to-face classroom that can be viewed by your students synchronously and asynchronously via the web. DMC recordings are available for posting online within minutes. Your students (whether face-to-face or at a distance) will have access to review your recordings 24/7 from home, school, work or even the beach!



Room Capabilities

The Digital Media Classroom in Cook 404B (Computer Lab) is outfitted with 24 student seats and computer desktop workstations carrying the standard campus software applications.
Digital Media Classroom in Cook 404A (Conference Room ) is outfitted with 10 seats and a instructor podium.

Both rooms are equipped with SMART Podiums (containing special annotation software), cameras, microphones, lecture capture software, ceiling mounted projectors and DVD players.

DMC Technician

DMC technicians monitor the recording and publishing of DMC sessions and will assistance faculty with technical questions regarding the technology within the rooms.






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