Panopto, Lecture Capture, Mathematics Education, Technology in the Classroom
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In the fall 2015, for the first time, I have used “Panopto” for capturing my lecture in the Differential Equation class. In this short paper, I describe my personal journey of how I used this as a pedagogical tool in my teaching. This is coming from someone who is not a tech-savvy professor, but from someone who is willing to use and try different technology in the classroom but at the same time hold on to some of the traditional methods of teaching. What happens when you mix traditional techniques of teaching with technology? I will also explore some of the advantages and disadvantages of using “Panopto” as a first time users in this technology. If someone is willing to explore this technology in the near future in their classroom, I hope this article will give some insight and feedback to him/her. At the end, I also share some of the student’s opinion of using “Panopto” in the classroom.