Faculty Resources: Document Camera

 

What is document camera?

The document camera is a real-time image capture device for displaying objects to a larger audience. Document camera technology consists of a video camera mounted on a stand with an illuminated display platform under the camera lens. Material is placed on the platform and projected through an overhead-mounted projector or by way of a television set.

The document camera allows a teacher to display almost anything placed under its lens, including transparencies, opaque materials such as black and white or colored paper printouts and 3D objects for class obsercations.

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Catherine Zeek, Ed.D.Associate Professor of Education; Director of RoseMary B. Fuss Teaching and Learning CenterProfessor Catherine Zeek's scholarly interests focus on integrating high-impact teaching practices and effective supports for part-time faculty.  

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