Information Technology Support and the Center for Instructional Design have a new pilot program for faculty, lecture capture with the Swivl video recording system. Swivl is an automatic camera operator, allowing hands free recording of your lectures and presentations for later review by your students.
Video is recognized as a highly effective tool for improving student comprehension and retention. The Swivl video system makes it easy to capture video and share from your Canvas courses.
Please submit your proposals before the start of the Fall semester. Two projects will be selected for design, development, and implementation of Swivl into course learning activities.
Information Technology Support and the Center for Instructional Design have a new pilot program for faculty, lecture capture with Swivl, the portable, easy to use video recording robot. Connect the included iPad to the base, turn on the markers, and you have your own camera operator, following your involvement with students in your classes.
Want to flip your class? Swivl is perfect for recording lectures for review by students in Canvas. Have student presentations? Record them with Swivl! The included marker microphones provide clear sound from everyone. You can even give your students Swivl control. The included app gives you one touch recording and upload of your presentations.
To participate, please submit a proposal with a video idea that you would like to develop. One of our Business faculty is already recording their lectures with Swivl. We have two more systems, apply to use one now!
For more information, please contact the Worthington Scranton Center for Instructional Design (firstname.lastname@example.org) in Dawson 117.
Swivl Pilot Project Request for Proposals document download: https://psu.box.com/v/swivlproposaldoc