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Lecture Capture

Lecture Capture is a technology that increases retention for your students by recording everything you project and say in your classroom. Recordings are then posted online for students to review at their leisure on a variety of devices.

Faculty may choose to record lectures using either Classroom capture or Personal Capture. Classroom Capture uses a hardware device to record video, audio, and computer display based on the class schedule. Personal Capture gives you control over the time, place, input, and duration of the capture. With Personal Capture, you can capture your screen, voice, and web-cam from any computer. Students may review the recordings via Folio (the campus learning management system)



To get the service:

Faculty must request access via email at

To get help:

Contact the Center for Academic Technology Support at (912) 478-2287 or or
Click here to submit a MyTechHelp Support Request


Training workshops are available through CATS

Click here for the CATS Training website.

Posted in All Services, Faculty, Labs and Classroom Technology, Learning Management Tools