Lisa Hanson talked about how she has enhanced the student experience in NILE for International students using a range of interactive tools. The presentation was made at the Learntech Conference 30-5-12
Whilst the technology makes it easy to make the recordings, there are legal issues around these which control how they are used and promoted. The regulations for staff and students are different based on the fact that staff are employed by the institution. This guide (DOC, 40.5Kb) offers an insight into the differences in addition to a template form (DOC, 33Kb) which may be customised and adapted for staff and student’s own recording sessions.
This case study looks at the use of handheld video cameras (Flip cameras), to allow students to record oral presentations for assessment.
This project was run as part of a third year Environmental Science module, by Dr Janet Jackson in the school of Science and Technology.
Using Flip cameras for oral presentations (case study, PDF 453KB)
Video clip of feedback from students
16th June (Association for Learning)
A day of presentation from institutions sharing their experiences in trialling and rolling out Lecture Capture projects. Invaluable lessons learnt and offers of shared best practice from high profile Universities:
- JISC funded project “ELTAC” – Support for Lecture Capture http://cuba.coventry.ac.uk/lecturecapture
- Legal Issues (plus general lecture capture support) – material made available from University of Sheffield http://www.shef.ac.uk/cics/myecho
- Example of an Institute that has embraced lecture capture (their aim is to make science available to others especially developing countries) http://ictp.tv/ This institute uses a freely available webcast technology running on Linux Ubuntu – further details from web site – http://www.openeya.org/
- ViTAL – Video in Education http://vital-sig.ning.com/
- Media Enhanced Learning (MELSIG) http://melsig.com/
Contact Rob Davis – Learning Technologist for more details (01604 893531 email@example.com)
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