LiveMark—a new feature of UD Capture
This topic at-a-glance
The LiveMark system records video bookmarks and notes for UDCapture-enabled courses.
The recording is underway...LiveMark helps to review and retain.
What is LiveMark?
- LiveMark is a new feature that lets students create recording annotations during a live lecture. Using LiveMark video bookmarks, a student can create a note that is associated with the corresponding time in a classroom recording. The LiveMark app runs on phones, laptops, and other mobile devices. After the lecture, a student can review the UD Capture classroom recording along with their LiveMark notes from class.
- What are the benefits of using LiveMark?
- Never again will a student need to furiously write notes, playing catch-up while a lecture is in progress. Using LiveMark, the student can pay attention to the class lecture, absorb the information and mark points that need further review. Later, during their review of the lecture, students can slow down, pause, and rewind points of interest they've annotated in class. It's the perfect combination between lecture-style teaching and innovated, self-paced learning!
- What's involved for faculty?
- LiveMark is part of the UD Capture system. To enable LiveMark, you must also enable UD Capture. Signing up for UD Capture, with or without LiveMark, is done through the UD Capture Recording Request Web Form.
- What's involved for students?
- Students only need one of their usual devices available during class: laptop, mobile device (such as an iPad), or smartphone with a browser. The UD Capture link can be found by browsing to UD Mobile, and following the "For Students" link. From the UD Capture menu, students can access the note-taking interface during a LiveMark-enabled lecture. Once the lecture is over, access to the recorded lecture, along with any LiveMark notes, appears in the same menu. Notes can be added, deleted or edited after class from the same page used to view the lecture video.