This semester I have been recording my classes for the benefit both of enrolled students who miss a lecture or want to review one and unenrolled students who want to follow along at a distance. I use an Olympus WS-110
, a tiny digital recorder that I can plug into my computer's USB port when I want to upload the recordings to the web. The recorder is on loan from my university, but I may eventually buy one; it's a useful gadget and not terribly expensive. The two classes I am teaching this semester are Economic Analysis of Law
and Analytic Methods for Lawyers
; the links are to the recordings and the photographs of the whiteboard that accompany them.
Since I have the recorder, I decided I should also record my public lectures
, starting with two that I gave last week in Oregon.