The Lightboard feature located in the Video Production Studio will not be re-opening for the 2020 Fall Quarter to students.
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Created by Northwestern Engineering Professor, Michael Peshkin, Lightboard is a glass chalkboard that uses light to allow users to face viewers while writing and recording a lecture. The board is video taped in mirror reflection, giving users a quick and easy way to communicate technical subjects, equations, and sketches, all while engaging with the camera and the viewers. See Lightboard in action.
The Lightboard feature is best used for supplemental problems, flipped classroom lectures, and explanations of more complex problems.
First time using the Lightboard? No worries, you got help. If you need a one-one consultation or if you are planning your class to use the lightboard within your curriculum as part of your presentation options, contact the Instructional Technologies Librarian, Ted Quiballo to find out details on how we can provide lightboard instruction for your class.
The Video Production Studio is located in the Mudd Building, second floor. It is within Mudd library, Room 2169 on the northeast corner of the library.