Classroom capture facilitates traditional learning. Students can review, study, and engage with classroom lectures after class, increasing their comprehension of lecture material, improving student understanding and reducing repeated questions.
Blended learning incorporates both in-class time and online course activities. For the blended learning environment, classroom captures offer the option to flip a portion or even all class lectures, to provide additional enrichment materials, or to support study and review.
Though online classes may not take place in a physical classroom, classroom capture can still support online classes. Instructors can use classroom capture to create live streaming and recorded lectures. The captures are uploaded to the class’ course media channel.
Auto-captioning supports deaf and hard-of-hearing learners. Students can focus on the interpreter during class and take notes using the lecture captures after class.
International students and English-as-a-second-language find that lecture capture facilitates learning. The ability to rewind captures and see the text improves student comprehension.
Visual learners may learn best when they read, rather than hear lectures. Classroom capture with auto-captioning makes this possible.
Fully LTI-compliant for seamless LMS integration and no additional user accounts to manage.
Easily integrated into existing classroom technology and peripherals.
Available as a freestanding appliance or installable software application.
Platforms can be remotely started, monitored and maintained across the entire campus.
We view each institution as a long-term partnership. YuJa’s support staff provides the guidance you need to integrate, install and maintain your solution.
Near real-time reporting allow you to track student usage of lecture capture technology, as well as, use of the the full Enterprise Video Platform.
Analytics dashboards give insights into student retention, early-intervention needs, and improvements in graduation rates.
Content remains available for re-use across semesters, increasing the overall economic value of classroom instruction.
Students expect value for their educational dollar and classroom capture improves both student outcomes and reported satisfaction.
We are improving learning and collaboration for students and educators.