A robust library of course recordings transforms learning at Fox School of Business

By: | May 13, 2015

Short and to the point, mobile friendly and ADA compliant. Starting in 2012, the team at Temple University’s Fox School of Business began recording high quality academic videos based on these requirements. Intended for students beyond those enrolled in a specific course, there are currently close to 1,400 instructional videos. The school also has its own YouTube and Lynda.com channels.

“We began recording lectures for online classes, but it has transformed our face-to-face classes as well,” says Darin Kapanjie, Fox School’s managing director of Online & Digital Learning and academic director of the online MBA and BBA programs.

In traditional courses, now professors engage the flipped classroom model, where students watch a video outside of class and have a robust discussion or do activities when the course physically meets, says Kapanjie, who will be discussing the initiative in his featured session, The Fox Video Vault is Flippin’ Good! at UBTech. “I’ll be sharing specifics around the technical side and analytics, as well as great statistics such as GPA increases due to using these videos.”

Register for UBTech here to see Kapanjie’s presentation.