Lecture capture recordings can be published online so that students can study the lecture again, bookmarking particular points or filling in missing notes at their convenience, making it an ideal revision tool.
Lecture Capture at Nottingham is delivered by Echo360 and is available for:
- Lecture theatres and Interactive Teaching Rooms
- Other centrally bookable rooms (Classroom Capture)
- Personal PC/laptop (Personal Capture)
Echo360 Personal Capture software is available to install on any University PC/Mac/laptop. This can be set to capture the primary or secondary screen, audio and/or webcam of the host PC/laptop.
Visit the Lecture Capture Workspace (log in required) for details of teaching locations with lecture capture facilities and information about Personal Capture.
How to use lecture capture
All bookable teaching rooms contain a form of lecture capture.
Lecture capture facilities do not need to be booked separately – this facility is made available automatically when a room booking is confirmed using the University’s centralised timetabling system.
Full-time staff members are pre-registered to use lecture capture and no registration process is required.
Check that you have access by logging into Echo 360, using your University username and password.
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Help and support
Campus IT support can provide technical support for the Echo 360 platform that delivers lecture capture.
Additional technical expertise is available from the lecture capture specialist team.