Lecture capture (Replay)
Replay Lecture Capture allows students to review an audio-visual presentation of what was presented in a lecture or seminar, and provides an archive and ‘view again’ facility for exam preparation and revision. The system is automated (as opposed to manual), so that a department or lecturer can initiate and manage recordings without the need for any AV personnel to be physically present during the lecture. The software captures slides, audio and video and automatically sends the lecture recordings to a server for processing. After an hour or two the recordings are viewable by the students who take the class. Key features and benefits: · Simple to use, no AV personnel required · Recordings automatically uploaded to a student course area · Opportunity to edit and review prior to release · Access controlled in WebLearn or Canvas · Easy scheduling of recordings
The policy at Oxford is opt-in, which means that individual lecturers can elect to make use of the service if they feel it will support student learning and revision. Some departments have found that as more lecturers opt in, they schedule the recording of all lectures in advance to avoid disappointment later, if a particular lecture series was not recorded. The service also helps the University meets disability needs.
The stage in the service lifecycle at which the service currently resides. Lifecycle = planned, new, live, notice, closed
The level of user activity at this point in the academic year.
Business activity level
The regular period during which routine maintenance could take place.
Would making a change to the service today present too high a risk to the University?
Restricted change period
|Support hours||08:30 - 17:00, Mon - Fri*|
|IT Board||Education IT Board|
|Business owner||Teasdale, Ian|
* except bank holidays and University closure days