Classroom capture generally refers to lecture recording: a live class is being recorded, capturing the instructor’s computer display, the instructor and the front of the physical classroom, or both. Camtasia Relay and Echo 360 are commonly used for this.Screen capture, tablet capture, and pen casting are techniques used to author curricular materials in preparation for a classroom session. This is done by recording computer presentations, presentations executed on tablets, such as an iPad, or drawn with a computerized pen. These materials are meant to be reviewed by students before class. Class time is shifted away from content presentation towards more active learning activities (problem solving, discussion). This approach is often termed “flipping the classroom”.The most frequently used capture tool at Dartmouth is Camtasia Relay. It is installed on all classroom computers and can be installed on any faculty computer as well.