Southwark College has introduced the Busbi – an example of a low-priced, pocket-sized camcorder – to a number of curriculum areas. The Busbi offers one-button video recording and transfers video to a PC easily via a USB connection.
Powered by two AA size batteries and with an SD memory card that stores up to an hour of video, this device is helping to overcome some of the technical and organisational barriers to using video in the classroom and for recording evidence of learning.
Read more in this RSC London case study, published today by the Excellence Gateway:
Southwark College: The impact of low-cost video cameras across the curriculum