Tegrity Bolsters Classroom Capture with Campus 2.0
Ed tech developer Tegrity has released an update to Campus 2.0, the company's enterprise classroom capture and student achievement system. The new version adds a wide range of features, from new recording and editing tools to enhanced administrative and reporting functionality.
Tegrity Campus 2.0 is a fully Web-based student achievement system that provides, among other things, the ability to capture, search, and retrieve classroom lectures; online, podcast, and cell phone delivery of content; digital note-taking capabilities; and various reporting functions.
The new update includes enhancements to features aimed at administrators, instructors, and students. These include:
- Support for full-motion graphics in vodcasts;
- Support for student recording;
- Improved workflow and UI;
- AJAX-based chapter indexing;
- The ability for instructors to ad supplementary materials;
- New editing features, including the ability to splice in external video clips;
- New reporting features, including identifying which students have not viewed lectures and highlighting the most accessed chapters of any given presentation;
- A new Tegrity Scheduler that allows administrators to pre-define recoding times; and
- Centralized configuration for administrator oversight.
Tegrity will be showing off these new features and others at the upcoming Tegrity User Conference in June. More information can be found at Tegrity's site here.
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