About the Lightboard Studio
INNOVATION and ENGAGEMENT motivated a team of BU faculty and staff to develop a Lightboard Studio at Butler. Utilizing the funds awarded from the Innovation Grant, the Lightboard Studio was installed in the basement of Irwin Library.
This innovative technology offers a way to create videos that complement online or hybrid learning models as well as the “flipped” classroom model. It consists of a glass surface that works like a white board that is positioned between the instructor and the camera.
This setup allows the instructor to face the camera while also writing on the transparent surface. Instructors can then illustrate complex concepts, formulas, diagrams or processes. It’s also possible to incorporate PowerPoint slides and other graphics into Lightboard videos for annotation. This form of content presentation allows students the opportunity to review information in support of learning.
To learn more about lightboard technology and how it can impact learners, visit our blog at www.blogs.butler.edu/lightboard.
To schedule a demo, visit bulightboard.simplybook.me.
Butler Faculty Examples
Chemistry Instructor Adam Azman
Kim Beck shares her experiences after implementing Lightboard recordings into her class.
Kim Beck shares student out comes from using the Lightboard compared to web videos and screen captures.