Your Classroom, Everywhere
Lightboards take the flipped classroom and bring it to a whole new level. You can face your students, write notes, and include slide overlays to create highly engaging reusable videos. Lightboard lectures are commonly pre-recorded but can also be used live with a local audience or streamed online.
It's a natural way of teaching that keeps students engaged and allows you to focus on your lesson, rather than production.
(A lightboard in use at Northwestern University)
Traditional campuses and distance learning programs alike can offer natural, face-to-face lecture content with a lightboard. Record lecture videos for flipped classes or supplemental lessons on traditionally challenging topics as an evergreen resource. Stream lectures or create video content that can be reused outside the walls of the classroom. Live & interactive online lightboard office hours help students work through questions with improved clarity. For classrooms and large auditoriums, our lightboards can be used live to give all students in the room a better view and more natural connection with the presentation.
See the latest, engaging video from Princeton University!
Read about the use of lightboards at USC Keck School of Medicine.
The University of Notre Dame has great sample videos of their lightboard..
Check out the Illinois CITL Lightboard Studio introductory video.
The Ohio State University lists some great reasons why you should consider a lightboard!
Looking to create a new learning series or give your students a new way to learn and review material from home? Creating a lightboard studio for your school system is a great way to unify campuses and engage with your students in a fresh way.
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