In 2009, West Virginia University chose Camtasia Relay software for its Health Science Center, enabling faculty to streamline their recording and distribution of lectures. In a 2011 survey of first and second year students, 93% said they earned better grades with the aid of recorded lectures—and 99% would recommend using these to study.
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