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Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) courses are not only challenging for students to master, but also for higher education institutions to deliver. These challenges have significant implications for the success of STEM programs, including lower student satisfaction with the institution and its course offerings. Particularly for core STEM courses, institutions are looking for ways to expand student access without compromising education quality or increasing instructor workloads. This Center for Digital Education issue brief explains how a blended learning model using lecture capture technology can be a powerful way to increase student engagement and achievement as well as free instructor time to create more effective learning experiences in STEM education.