Using Google Meet for Lecture Capture


Google Meet has a Recording feature which allows faculty to record their sessions, and share these recordings with their students. This article demonstrates several ways that Faculty can use Google Meet to create a "Lecture Capture" in Google Meet by recording a presentation, then sharing the recording with their students. 



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Collaboration tools, such as Google Meet, can be used for Lecture-capture, by creating a meeting with just yourself, enabling the Recording feature, and presenting material along with narration as if you were conducting a classroom lecture; then posting your saved session to Blackboard for students to see.

Please follow the steps outlined in this presentation to learn how to use Google Meet as a Lecture Capture tool, and how to share these lectures with your students.

After opening the presentation, click "Enter" or the right arrow key on your keyboard to advance the slide, or click the left arrow key to go back to a previous slide. 




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