Lecture capture allows staff to capture what they are doing in the classroom to make it available for students to access online. It can be as simple as recording your voice over a Powerpoint. Students are then able to review captured materials at their leisure as many times as they like via their SOL pages. This gives students an additional resource for revision and enables them to revisit concepts that they may not have grasped in the classroom.
The system used is Panopto and is fully automated. It takes care of the uploading of the video and making it available to your students. There is also no need to the edit the video, allowing you more time to concentrate on presenting.
As a lecturer you are able to see how the students are using the recordings through the video analytics. With this information you can find out if there are area where the students may be struggling with a concept and address this in subsequent
This tool is available to all staff and support is provided by the Learning Technology Advisors (LTAs) - ML205 x.5100 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Easy to use recorder
Automatic upload to unit pages
Easy to manage by academics
Student revision notes and bookmarks
Clear user/usage statistics
Can be installed on any device (even personal computers)
Student can view content on their mobile devices
Record student assessments
Marking students’ work
Creating video assessment briefs
The basics of lecture capture
If you simply want to record your lecture and for it to appear on your SOL unit page, here's what you need to know. You can train yourself by going through the books below and then complete the accompanying quiz underneath.
How to download and install Panopto on to your office or home Machintosh computer. This guides also includes usage as the menus differ on this platform.
Advanced uses of lecture capture
To use the lecture capture system in other ways (such as quizzes or assessments), train yourself by going through the book below and then complete the accompanying quiz underneath. If you need any further training or help, please contact email@example.com or ring telephone ext.5100.