A presentation covering a three month project to move to an opt out lecture capture service, a partnership between teams in IT Services, Academic Practice and Teaching/AV Support.
This session will tell the story of a rapid roll out of a University wide opt out lecture capture service, a look at initial statistics, and potential future plans based on reflections from the first full year of an automated opt out service for capturing teaching events. There will also be information on how to deal with sessions where confidential or sensitive information is discussed.
The session relates to the theme as it will outline various examples of where this technology is being used beyond simple lecture capture, including flipped classroom approaches, sessions for prospective and pre-arrival students, capture of student presentations for marking and reflection, with quotes from staff and student feedback.
Session content: evaluation and reflection
A project which is currently in evaluation. A recent survey by Voxburner showed that 90% of students believe that technology improved their ability to learn, and 92% believe that recorded lectures are a useful educational tool, as they feel video is a natural learning medium.
There is overwhelming evidence from the recent literature, that lecture capture is not only desired by great numbers of learners in higher education, but that it has enhanced the learning experience for many learners, in some cases leading to significant improvements in learning outcomes.
The session will contain an analysis of usage patterns, and (time permitting) a brief analysis of NSS feedback pertaining to this area.
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Hall, G., 2015. A qualitative approach to understanding the role of lecture capture in student learning experience. Unpublished paper, ResearchGate, pp.1–12. Available at: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/277570521_A_qualitative_approach_to_understanding_the_role_of_lecture_capture_in_student_learning_experience [Accessed 20/03/2018]
Nordmann, E., Calder, C., Bishop, P., Irwin, A., & Comber, D. (2017, November 10). Turn up, tune in, don‘t drop out: The relationship between lecture attendance, use of lecture recordings, and achievement at different levels of study. Available at: psyarxiv.com/fd3yj [Accessed 20/03/2018]