Implementing Lecture Capture - What are we Learning?

A day to share experiences of implementing lecture capture within our institutions:  Monday 11 September 2017, 11am - 4pm

Reflect image smallIn September 2016, the University of Leicester turned on its lecture capture service. The service provides automated recording of lectures and classes, and is implemented as an opt-out solution in over 180 rooms on campus. This has been a major institutional project, requiring close collaboration between teams in IT Services, Estates, AV and Digital Education. Our story is not entirely unique, but it builds on four years of pilot projects and collective expertise that is worth sharing with the sector.We have described our implementation in a short animation Online tutorial.

One year on, we invite you to come to Leicester to hear about our story and for us to hear about yours.

The breadth of the implementation covers development of policy, educational changes in pedagogy and practice, training, support and evaluation, as well as technical development and audio-visual installations. At this event we aim to explore issues and approaches with you, and develop ideas on how to progress in the future.

Who it is for?

The day will be especially valuable for those leading or supporting an institutional implementation of lecture capture, such as Heads of E-learning, Educational Designers, Educational Developers, Learning Technologists and Audio Visual Specialists, but anyone with an interest in lecture capture is welcome to attend.

What do I need to do now?

The event is now fully booked. If you have any questions about this event, please email lli@le.ac.uk.

The day will conclude with a panel discussion. If you would like to ask a question for the panel, please add it to this Padlet board.

Draft programme

10.30-11.00 Registration with refreshments
11:00-11:40 Welcome and University of Leicester perspectives
11:40-12:45

Case studies from other institutions:

  • Jamie Harle, Senior Lecturer in Technology Enhanced Teaching and Learning, Educational Development Unit, University of Greenwich
  • Amber Thomas, Academic Technologies Team Manager, University of Warwick.
  • Sarah Williamson, Assistant Director (Technology-Enhanced Learning) Centre for Academic Practice, Loughborough University.

12:45-13:30 Lunch
13:30-14:45 Table discussions around 'pedagogy, practice and policy'; and 'implementation, training and support'
14:45-15:00 Break
15:00-15:45 Panel discussion including academics and students from the University of Leicester. (If you would like to as a question, please add it to this Padlet board)
15:45-16:00 Closing remarks

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