Lecture capture has arrived! The eLearning team have just launched a project to embed Lecture Capture pilots across all departments. More information on the projects and outcomes to follow….
Lecture capture is a system which records a video of the tutor whilst also recording anything that is displayed (for example a PowerPoint projected on a screen). These are then synced together and published to the correct LearnZone course for your students to see at a time to suit them. Amongst many other things, Lecture Capture supports the flipped classroom approach, makes distance learning personable and provides solid resources when it comes to revision time.
Expressions of interest: If you are interested in being part of our pilot, please fill out this Google form and we will get back to as soon as possible.
Lecture capture pedagogy – blog posts, reports and webinars:
- Loughborough University lecture capture conference report by David Hopkins http://staffblogs.le.ac.uk/telsocsci/report/report-pedagogy-policy-and-support-taking-lecture-capture-to-the-next-level/
- Donald Clarke talking about the drivers and advantages of using Lecture capture ‘why record lectures’ (3.12) http://www.ufi.co.uk/primer-record-lectures
- From Bath University: 5 reasons to capture your practice. This article actually mentions Panopto which is another lecture capture system but the pedagogy remains the same.
Recording Lectures – Legal Considerations. (Jisc)