› Academics » Faculty Development Center » Resources » Blended Learning Studio Home New Faculty Peer Mentors Resources Career Resources Student Learning Resources Teaching Resources Blended Learning Studio Co-Curricular Resources Advising and Mentoring Resources Writing Instruction Resources Video Tutorials Campus Resources Resources Beyond Furman FDC Grants and Funding Workshops and Programs Promote/Announce An Event Mission Statement Greenville Community Resources Meet Our Staff Contact FDC Plan a Visit ›Apply Now ›Give to Furman › Main Content Column 1The Blended Learning Studio (BLS) is a resource for faculty and students, which provides a space for creating instructional videos and supplemental materials for class. Lecture capture, student project support, screencasting help, and other requests are supported. The BLS is also the home of the Furman Lightboard, a teaching tool for instructional video that allows lecturers to write on a board while facing their students. It significantly improves lecture capture by eliminating the problem of the whiteboard, which requires instructors to turn away from their students to write. There is also little to no post-production, so the process is quick. Furman's Lightboard was inspired by the Lightboard Studio at Northwestern University. Learn more about what goes into making a Lightboard.Contact Dr. Jane Love or Seth Harrison for an appointment to talk about how you might use the Lightboard in your classes.