As one of the nation’s premier Medical Universities, the Medical University of South Carolina, knows the importance of class capture and the role it has on student satisfaction and learning. Geoff Freeman, Executive Director of Educational Technology Services, has used Tegrity to create an effective approach to class capture, resulting in a big impact on the way medical students learn.
Come see how class capture has flourished on campus. Learn how MUSC has simply and effectively implemented Tegrity and increased both student and instructor satisfaction at the same time. MUSC will share system usage statistics, lessons learned as well as future plans for Tegrity on campus.
What you’ll learn:
• Student’s response to the technology
• How copyright issues are handled
• Effective implementation strategies
• Best practices for training faculty
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