Teaching and Learning
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Video and audio

Creating pencasts is not only useful in helping students who are struggling with concepts, but they can also be put up in advance of lectures so that more able students can move ahead with the material
 

Dr Gail Hopkins, School of Computer Science

Recording lectures and events

students in lecture theatre

Capturing speakers' presentations and accompanying slideshows to video or audio.

 

Publishing video

usingvideo

The University's Mediaspace system for storing, cataloguing and delivering video.

 
 

Video and audio support

Video support

People, equipment and training to help you produce video and audio material.

 

Box of Broadcasts (BoB)

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Access to forthcoming and recently recorded television programmes. 

 
 

Using Pencasts to create online learning objects

"Computer Science is a technical subject, some areas of which can be challenging for students to grasp …"

Blog post with full transcript

 

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Copyright

When using other people's material consider your responsibilities regarding copyright.

Before using your own recordings make sure that any participants have signed a rights waiver (PDF).

 

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