The Learning Glass is a new technology for recording lectures that allows instructors to write lecture notes while maintaining face-to-face contact with students, thus enhancing the non-verbal communication and personal connection with their students. The Learning Glass is a transparent whiteboard paired with a capture system. The instructor usually writes, left to right, then the recorded image flops so students can view the notes correctly through a monitor. The writing with optimized markers is vibrant and crisp.
If you are ready to use the tool, please read these guidelies for the production of Effective Videos Using the Learning Glass.
The Learning Glass Demonstration
In this video for SOCI 303 Statistics for the Social Sciences, Dr. Brooke Tolmasov uses the learning glass to illustrate data set properties.
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