Lecture Capture and disability provision

The Replay Lecture Capture team has been working closely with the Disability Advisory Services (DAS), to formulate guidance on the relevance of recorded lectures for disability-related provision. According to current legislation, universities are required to make “reasonable adjustments” for students … Continue reading

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How to add the ‘Recorded Lectures’ tool to your WebLearn site

It is now possible to add the Recorded Lectures tool to your WebLearn site, without requesting this from the central WebLearn team. Here’s how: Login to your WebLearn site with a maintain role and click Site Info. On the Site … Continue reading

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How to join the Replay Lecture Capture site and mailing list

The Replay lecture capture project has a site in WebLearn, with an associated mailing list: Replay site in WebLearn The site is ‘joinable’, which means that an Oxford user will need to log in, and then elect to join the … Continue reading

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Exploring the learning benefits of lecture capture – recorded presentation

On Monday 24 November 2014, the team presented a talk as part of the IT Learning Programme’s ‘Engage’ series, on the topic of ‘Exploring the learning benefits of lecture capture’. Debra Garretson (Head of Account Management at Panopto) gave an … Continue reading

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Lecture Capture impetus

Before she left Oxford for greener (and wetter!) pastures, Melissa Highton, the former Director of Academic IT (Teaching and Learning) wrote two blog posts about lecture capture to give the newly launched project some impetus. Photo attribution: Deutsche Fotothek, Wikimedia … Continue reading

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