Lecture capture experiences

"Experiences with lecture capture." Dylan Williams, Department of Chemistry, University of Leicester

Presented at the Focus On: Technology Enhanced Learning for Student Engagement day on Wednesday 17 December 2014

Recording

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EPccVjL1wEc (21 minutes)

Summary

Lecture capture has been used to record undergraduate lectures, some of which have also been shared with MSc students who are unable to attend the lectures in person. Recorded lectures have also been shared with Distance Learning students.

Lecture capture worked very successfully for lectures, but less well for interactive workshops. Student feedback is very positive and they feel it adds to their learning, without diminishing the importance of lectures. There has been no significant impact on student attendance at lectures, despite worries from staff and students. Lecturers found the recording and editing process intuitive. They didn’t make significant edits to the recordings. There were technical problems in one location, although these have now been fixed.

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