Near real-time reporting allow you to track student usage of classroom recording technology, as well as, use of the full Platform.
YuJa’s lecture capture and video CMS tools provide “DVR for the Classroom” capabilities that enable every student to learn at their own pace.
Institutions can also bring their existing third-party hardware devices and video conference tools – including Zoom, WebEx, Teams, and Blackboard Collaborate – integrate them in the YuJa Enterprise Video Platform
In today’s competitive educational environment, students need the right tools to support their learning processes. Lecture recording is an instructional tools that can be seamlessly integrated into any classroom presentation to provide additional support for all students.
Integrating classroom capture systems into learning environments facilitates student learning, improves student outcomes, and provides students with a higher level of academic satisfaction. Classroom Capture also brings a new versatility to the learning process, for both students and instructors.
A podium computer or personal laptop can be a cost-effective way to lecture capture and live stream. Capture multiple video, audio and screen sources with a powerful desktop software applications for PC and Apple.
Place a YuJa Hardware Hub in your rooms to enable simultaneous lecture capture and live streaming of multi-source content. Designed for heavy workload recording scenarios, the YuJa Hardware Hub integrates with existing peripherals for high-fidelity audio and video recording.
With YuJa, each institution of the NDUS has the toolset and flexibility to brand and create its own unique space according to need. Since adoption and particularly after the pandemic struck in early 2020, YuJa has become an integral part of teaching and learning across the NDUS. Additional considerations included the cost of storing video and making media accessible in Blackboard.Read the case study
Recording classroom lectures facilitate traditional learning. Students can review, study, and engage with course material and recorded lectures after class to increase their comprehension of lecture material and reduce the number of repeated questions.
Blended learning incorporates both in-class time and online course activities. In a blended learning environment, classroom recordings offer the ability to flip a portion, or all class lectures, to provide additional learning material.
Though online classes may not take place in a physical classroom, classroom capture can still support online classes. Instructors can use classroom capture systems to launch live streams and publish recorded lectures material.