During the fall semester, the College of Communication, Arts, and Sciences took on an important pilot project which featured capturing the lectures in a large lecture hall. CMST 131 is a course with a large population of several hundred students. To accommodate all of them and still provide rich and engaging content, the group decided to broadcast the live lectures given in the classroom to another group who watched live and participated from a distance. A third group which could not attend class synchronously as a result of tight scheduling was given the option of attending asynchronous via the recorded archives.
During this presentation recorded on Wednesday, February 10, 2010, Dr. Justus details his experiences, successes and also his challenges.
To view the archive you will need a Web browser, the Java plug-in, and computer speakers to hear the audio. At the login window type your name into the box. No password is needed.
Click to view the archive of the presentation.