Oregon State University's lecture capture system offers a flexible and scalable solution for capturing and posting lectures across multiple platforms, including Canvas and MediaSpace, for later review and use by students.
OSU's systems record media projected in the class along with audio of the instructor's lecture. Most rooms equipped with lecture capture do not use cameras in order to protect the privacy of students and recording audio only from the microphone used by the instructor.
The following rooms are equipped with lecture capture:
|Cordley 1109||226||Tiered / Fixed Arm|
|Cordley 2113||77||Movable Tablet Arm|
|Covell 216||151||Tiered / Fixed Arm|
|Gilfillan Auditorium||299||Tiered / Fixed Arm|
|Kelley 1001||70||Tiered / Fixed Tables|
|Linus Pauling 125||180||Tiered / Fixed Arm|
|Milam Auditorium (026)||615||Tiered / Fixed Arm|
|Nash 206||85||Fixed Tablet Arm|
|Pharmacy 305||155||Tiered / Fixed Arm|
|Weigand 115||217||Tiered / Fixed Arm|
|Wilkinson 108||65||Movable Tablet Arm|
Lecture capture is also available in departmental classrooms in Magruder Hall (College of Veterinary Medicine) and Austin Hall (College of Business). Please consult with your local DCA for access to these departmental rooms.
We also support over 100 Enhanced Classrooms that do not include lecture capture. Get the full list here.