Incorporating Lecture Capture in Graduate School

5 March, 2010 § 4 Comments

This semester I’m taking two courses at MSU on my way to a Masters in Computer Science. As an aid to my studying, I’ve taken up watching videos of other schools lectures online, specifically lectures from the authors of our textbooks.

For my CSE 891 course: Language and Interaction, a course that goes more in-depth on specific aspects of Natural Language Processing, I’ve found lectures online from James Martin at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Martin co-authored Speech and Language Processing with Dan Jurafsky from Stanford.

  1. CSCI 5832 Lecture 3 (2010-01-19)
  2. CSCI 5832 Lecture 4 (2010-01-21)
  3. CSCI 5832 Lecture 5 (2010-01-26)
  4. CSCI 5832 Lecture 6 (2010-01-28)
  5. CSCI 5832 Lecture 7 (2010-02-02)
  6. CSCI 5832 Lecture 8 (2010-02-04)
  7. CSCI 5832 Lecture 9 (2010-02-09)
  8. CSCI 5832 Lecture 10 (2010-02-16)
  9. CSCI 5832 Lecture 11 (2010-02-18)
  10. CSCI 5832 Lecture 12 (2010-02-23)
  11. CSCI 5832 Lecture 13 (2010-02-25)
  12. CSCI 5832 Lecture 14 (2010-03-02)
  13. CSCI 5832 Lecture 15 (2010-03-04)
  14. More lectures can be seen at the RSS feed for the course

For my CSE 820 course: Advanced Computer Architecture, I’ve found lectures online from David Patterson at University of California at Berkeley. Patterson co-authored Computer Architecture: A Quantitative Appraoch with John L. Hennessy, who is currently the President of Stanford University.

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§ 4 Responses to Incorporating Lecture Capture in Graduate School

  • A.J. says:

    Hey Jared!

    First Post! :-)

    So I noticed the lectures are done with Echo 360. It is kinda nice; the only think I didn’t like was when I pressed the back button on my browser. It looks like the website keeps you trapped on just going back one page.

    That is great how you found these lectures. Some lectures are password protected.

  • msujaws says:

    It’s nice to see what the different lecture capture solutions provide.

    I haven’t run in to any that were password protected. Can you share a link?

  • A.J. says:

    Hey Hey Jared.

    Yeah all the time the lecture slides are password protected. Probably because of copyrighted content. Here is a quick one: http://www.cse.msu.edu/~cse335/ and I think there are slides there but you have to know a password.

  • msujaws says:

    Ah yes, now I know what you’re talking about.

    Yeah that is a pretty common practice. From my understanding, it’s because the slides contain copyrighted material from the authors of the textbook and the professor doesn’t have permission to redistribute.

    You can usually find these slides on the authors website though, as the lectures that I have linked to are all from the authors website.

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