Replay Help website

The Replay team is responsible for creating and updating the Replay Help website: help.it.ox.ac.uk/replay which is now available. The site contains useful information about what the lecture capture service involves, how to get started and ‘how-to’ help videos demonstrating how … Continue reading

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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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Replay migration to EU cloud server.

As of 1st July 2016, our Replay content is hosted on a North American (NA) cloud server at https://oxforduiversity.hosted.panopto.com. As some of you may be aware, we will soon be migrating this content to a new European (EU) cloud server. … 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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Worried about Student Attendance?

The Great Concern By far the most commonly voiced concern about Replay and recording lectures is that students will simply stop attending the live lectures. After all, if the lectures are available online, why bother travelling to the lecture hall … Continue reading

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Human Rights and Replay

The Oxford Human Rights Hub Meets Replay Amongst the many reasons to start using Replay are the innovations in teaching and communication it facilitates. The Oxford Human Rights Hub (OxHRH) is based in the University of Oxford Faculty of Law, … Continue reading

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The Case Studies of 2014, Where to Find Them and What to Expect Next

The Departments During summer 2014, case studies were produced about the departments which were participating at that time in the technical trial; they make for interesting reading, and when read alongside the 2015 reports it is evident how far Replay has … Continue reading

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Surprise at Professor Simon’s Statistics

Predicting the Future In preparing for the lecture capture pilot project (now branded Replay), a great deal of thought went into anticipating problems that may arise, how to make the recording process as unobtrusive as possible for lecturers, and how … Continue reading

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Come Fly With Us: Pilot Project Departments

The Pilot Project Several departments and faculties participated in the 2014 lecture capture trial and continued using the system during the 2015 pilot project. The list of all participants is below: Biomedical Services Cyber Security (Centre for Doctoral Training) Department of … Continue reading

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