Lecture Capture

Lecture Capture is available in a select number of classrooms at Gustavus. Lecture Capture gives you the ability to record audio/video of a lecture, class, project or other presentation. By visiting a web page, you are able to select a room, start/stop recording, and download your files. You must be in the building to start a recording of a room. (Example: To record Beck 315, you must be connected to the Beck wireless network.)

How to use

Note - the rooms below only show up in lecture capture when you are in that particular building. While in the room you wish to record:

  1. Use a computer or smartphone to visit http://lecturecapture.gac.edu.
  2. Make sure you are using the Gustavus or GustavusSecure wireless network.
  3. Log in with your Gustavus credentials.
  4. Click the room you wish to record.
  5. Click the Start Recording link (takes a few moments to tell you it is recording).
  6. Click Stop Recording when finish.
  7. When done, the Lecture Capture system will send your Gustavus email a link to view your video. If you wish, you can share this link with others.

Recordings Location

All recordings are now automatically uploaded to Google Drive and placed in a folder called "Gustavus Lecture Captures". Local recordings will remain on our server for 30 days, but now you can find a copy of the recording in your Google Drive.

Rooms with Lecture Capture

  • Anderson 100
  • Anderson 105
  • Anderson 214
  • Anderson 215
  • Anderson 308
  • Beck 111
  • Beck 201
  • Beck 305d
  • Beck 315
  • Beck 317
  • Beck 319
  • Confer 125
  • Fine Arts Music 106
  • Mattson 102
  • Mattson 104
  • Mattson 130
  • Nobel 1413

Effective Practices for using Lecture Capture

Take a look at our document talking about how you can use Lecture Capture effectively in your class: Lecture Capture at Gustavus