MediaVision Courseware creates an integrated learning environment on the web for select classes and enables students to watch video of previous lectures or review sessions. Students can access course recordings through their class site on Blackboard Learn and have the option of viewing the videos on mobile devices. In Blackboard Learn, students may also create and contribute to discussions in video sections, choose between watching the video or listening to its audio only, and bookmark sections they wish to return to later.
MediaVision Courseware provides faculty members with an easy to use interface, greater flexibility and additional features. MediaVision allows instructors to seamlessly access and edit their course videos, view valuable metrics on how often a video has been watched and learn where in the video students are spending the majority of their time. MediaVision uses advanced multimedia learning tools to support learning success and enhance teaching. Additionally, in Fall 2012 a feature called Personal Lecture Capture will be available to give faculty the power to record videos anywhere, at any time, and distribute them to students through Blackboard. Faculty will continue to have the option of recording large, lecture-oriented classes through a scheduled camera operator.
Request MediaVision Courseware for your classroom or request to use Personal Capture by contacting email@example.com or calling 216.368.HELP (4357).
View your class videos and statistics in blackboard.case.edu. Log in, choose the course from the My Courses list and click the MediaVision link on the bottom left of the menu.
Details on how to navigate the statistics area are available in the Blackboard Organization named MediaVision Resources or by going to help.case.edu and choosing Academic Technology and MediaVision from the service menu.
View your class videos at blackboard.case.edu. Log in and choose the course from the My Courses list. On the course site, click the MediaVision link in the menu on the left to review the video center. Details on how to navigate the video center are available at help.case.edu under Academic Technology and MediaVision.