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Lecture capture (pilot)

The lecture capture system records lectures and makes them available to students to watch online.

Lecture capture can be used to benefit students and staff by: 

  • enabling students to revise or revisit complex topics
  • reducing pressure on note-taking and supporting the development of note-taking skills
  • providing a resource for staff self-evaluation and teaching enhancement. 

The service is currently in pilot phase, and is not available to all Departments.  The information here is for students and staff who are receiving the pilot service, and for Departments not in the pilot who want to plan ahead for wider release.

 

Students

 How to access recordings

 How to get captions and transcriptions [coming soon]

 How to opt out of being recorded [coming soon]

 More topics [coming soon]

 

Academic staff

 How to make a recording [coming soon]

 How to pause a recording [coming soon]

 University's lecture capture policy

 Consent forms

 More topics [coming soon]

 

Further information for institutions and IT staff

 Service details [coming soon]

 How to get the service [coming soon]

 Key considerations and technical requirements [coming soon]

 More topics [coming soon]

 

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