Indiana University is embracing innovative technologies and techniques to help move their classrooms into the future. Take a field trip to the Indiana University campus and see how a new approach to lecture capture is making it easier than ever to support learning on demand. See how their Mosaic program is using video cameras not only to record lectures for students, but to help researchers improve the physical layouts of classrooms and choose better technologies to encourage learning.
Processing smaller blocks of information one at a time can do wonders to our learning outcomes. This teaching method, otherwise known as microlearning, also goes hand in hand with remote learning, i.e., using videos. Together, video-based microlearning profits enterprises and their employees alike.