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TechSmith Relay 5 is now live

April 8, 2016

From Scott Hollows, Senior A/V Specialist Academic & Collaborative Technologies (ACT), Information Technology Services (ITS), University of Toronto   TechSmith Relay 5 is now live. Among the more important features of this new release, clients are no longer limited to posting from the University network, or via VPN.  Uploads can now be made via TechSmith … Read More

News: UTSC Centre for Teaching and Learning

October 8, 2013

Check out UTSC’s CTL Educational Technology News “CTL’s Ed Tech team supports teaching and learning with technology at UTSC including Blackboard support, WebOption Lecturecasting, Test Scanning Services, Presentation Skills, iClickers, and more. This occasional newsletter features news, events and information related to those programs and services, and highlights interesting emerging educational technologies.”

News: Acquisition of an institutional Lecture Capture and Live Webcasting solution

September 25, 2012

Memo also  available on-line at http://www.provost.utoronto.ca/public/pdadc/2012_to_2013/13.htm PDAD&C#13, 2012-13 To:     PDAD&C From:   Dr. Avi Hyman, Director, Academic & Collaborative Technologies Date:   September 21, 2012 Re:     Acquisition of an institutional Lecture Capture and Live Webcasting solution We are pleased to announce the recent acquisition of Echo360 software as an institutional Lecture/Video Capture and Live Webcasting solution. Echo360 … Read More

News: UofT Joins Liberated Learning Consortium

March 5, 2012

We are very pleased to announce that the University of Toronto has joined the Liberated Learning Consortium as its newest partner in the effort to increase access to information through the advancement of speech recognition (SR) technologies. The Liberated Learning Consortium was founded to research and develop two interrelated applications: (1) using speech recognition technology … Read More

Feedback: Lecture Capture Functionality

March 21, 2011

Below is a link to a working document containing a running list of suggested lecture capture functionality for the University of Toronto. It is a work in progress and represents only thoughts so far (based on extensive conversations). If you have anything to add, please send it to us at <ati @ utoronto.ca> (remove the … Read More

Project Update: Lecture Capture

March 3, 2011

Lecture capturing refers to any technology-mediated process that allows instructors to record what happens in their classrooms and make those recordings available digitally. Lecture capture systems are used to describe a wide array of software, system capabilities and hardware that can simultaneously record the audio and/or video from a presentation or lecture, and often the … Read More