During the Spring 2016 semester, the Kent State University Teaching Council funded a grant written by Clarke Earley for the construction of a LightBoard at Kent State University at Stark. This site provides information about this Lightboard.
- Background - What is a LightBoard, and why is this useful?
- Construction - Information about construction of this LightBoard
- Software - Converting raw video into final product
- Sample Videos
- Flip - Illustration of the software mirroring of the video
- Overlay - Example where an image of overlaid on top of a video
- Lewis - Portion of a lecture on drawing Lewis structures
- Moles - Portion of a lecture showing the steps required to calculate molecular weights
- Plexiglass - An early test using Plexiglass instead of optical glass (failure)
- Open House - Simple test of system under non-optimal conditions (Ran Li)
- Additional Examples - Links to videos produced by faculty at other institutions
- Self-evaluation - Design decisions made, problems, and analysis
- Suggestions - Hints for using our system, best practices, and ideas for using our LightBoard
- Instructions - Information on how to use the KSU Stark LightBoard
- Kaltura - Uploading and sharing videos using KSU's video platform