Friday, April 28, 2006

Tegrity has good solution for students

An Israeli company Tegrity has come up with a system "to record their [students] notes onto the Internet while writing them in class. At the same time, the professor’s lecture is recorded on video for review in the archives of the university’s website." via ArutzSheva
Here is an example of Tegrity system for an engineering course. I wish I had access to a service like that when I was in university.

Here are some universities which implemented their solutions . Let's see which publishing company is going to invest or buy them out. We all talk about improving "the workflow". This a good example of students workflow.

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