Monday, March 21, 2011

Policies or Guidelines for Constructive Use of Classroom Recordings?

Does your institution have resources for video recording classes? Policies? 
Who has what kind of rights to recordings produced with equipment owned by the institution? By equipment owned by students? 

Anyone have guidelines for constructive use of classroom recordings? Guidelines for helping students learn better by making and using these recordings?  

Guidelines or tools for preventing clandestine recording?  Using Spy Pens, Smartpens, Looxcie headsets?

SPY PENS:   Just checked website for air travel "SkyMall" catalog under the "portable video" category and immediately found 5 recording pens including one labelled "Spy Pen" described as follows:  
"Carry eyewitness in your pocket
"Click this pen and it doesn't just write words it records video. With a tiny color camera and microphone, it makes AVI movies with sound and stores them in 4GB of internal memory. Nobody needs to know that you're recording. USB cable connection lets you transfer data to your computer. By the way, this pen writes, too." - excerpt from - Electronics & Gadgets as of 20110321

SMARTPENS:  "Write less and listen more."  

"Send and Share Your Notes
"Share your notes and recordings privately or with the world. Export your notes as a PDF, an audio file or as interactive Flash™ movies called pencasts. Embed pencasts on a blog, website, Facebook or the Livescribe Community." - excerpts from  Website for Livescribe's commercial Smartpen products for automatically synchronizing handwritten notes with digitally recorded audio as of 20110321.

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