Students’ first thoughts about lecture capture

July 25, 2011 at 4:18 pm | Posted in lecture recording | Leave a comment
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Back at the start of July, I went to see Sasha Watson, the new VP Academic Affairs for SUSU, to talk about the Panopto pilot project. He was enthusiastic about the idea of lecture capture and could see it being used by the union to create their own quick-and-dirty video podcasts (they have a great video team who produce properly edited videos).

He produced his own introduction to lecture capture using Panopto and made it available via the SUSU website, asking for comments and feedback. Quite a few of the responses were concerned about the impact on attendance – especially 9am lectures. My own view is that they might skip that lecture *once* and try watching the recording later… before realising that staying focused on a recording is much harder work. Still, take a look at their comments and see what you think.

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