Lecture capture interventions/solutions can be thought of as a triggering event for faculty development. Through one-on-one discussion with faculty, the lecture component of face to face interactions can be enhanced in order to make the lecture capture itself more engaging for eLearning delivery. For example, many faculty include visuals in their lectures using laser pointers to explain the various components of a complex visual. However, laser pointers (depending on how the lecture is captured) may not show in the capture itself. This can then result in an eLearning product that shows a complex visual with audio minus the guidance that the face to face experience provided. To make both learning experiences more engaging, animating the visual itself can help in both capturing and maintaining learner attention but also being more explanatory. An example follows: click here to open (needs adobe flash player; to download the free player please go to http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/).