Storyboard for Scenario 2
By rapchakm, Updated
Several times during the academic year, Sasha presents a 40 minute introductory lecture in a large auditorium on the research technologies at the mid-sized university in which she teaches. After providing an overview of the research technologies available to the university community, Sasha also briefly discusses the research skill course offerings provided throughout the year. After previous sessions, she has received feedback that the content in the lecture is great but is overwhelming after 20-30 minutes. Additionally, the university typically has several hearing or sight impaired students in attendance, for whom the lecture is often unengaging due to difficulties receiving the lecture content. Sasha wants to continue to deliver her introductory lecture using overhead presentations while ensuring that the content which is so vital to the student population is accessible by all attendees. She wants to integrate an app that captures the lecture presentation audio and visual content while providing a live stream to attendee’s mobile devices. The app will generate a copy of the lecture recording for all attendees to download and keep for later review.
I'm here to tell you about the research tools we have at the university.
I'm confused. I'm going to ask a question.
The app captures Sasha's voice with Bluetooth. If she clicks the record button, it gives her the option to record her voice, her presentation slides, or both, and these are live-streamed through the app.
Students in the audience can adjust the audio output with the app by clicking on the audio icon if they are using headphones to hear better.
The app records the audio and the presentation slides so that distance students can view it.
Where do you click for ERIC?
It's under Education
Students can message questions during the presentation by clicking on the Ask a Question button.
Sasha will receive an alert on the app if someone has messaged a question, and she can open this without interrupting the presentation.
Students can also use the public chat feature to discuss the presentation with each other. Sasha can choose whether or not this will be recorded, and then save the recording through the app for others to access.
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