Below are a number of case studies that reflect the approaches different Universities have taken to the best practice use and implementation of lecture capture.
Case study 1: The University of Birmingham
- Engaging large groups using lecture capture in flipped learning activities
Within this case study, Dr Jeremy Pritchard, Senior Lecturer and Head of Education from the University of Birmingham’s School of Biosciences discusses how he successfully turned Lecture Capture recordings into flipped classroom learning activities to help explain difficult concepts to a very large cohort of students.
Case Study 2: Lancaster University
- Using live broadcasting of lectures for over-subscribed modules
This case study examines how David Neal, Digital Technologies Engineer at Lancaster University successfully implemented a live broadcasting system using the functionality available through Lecture Capture, enabling an oversubscribed lecture series to become available to all students who had signed up.
Case Study 3: The University of St Mark and St John
- Supporting students unable to attend lectures due to important sporting fixtures
In this case study, Adam Read, Senior e-Learning Technologist at the University of St Mark and St John discusses how he responded to concerns expressed by the student union, that a number of scheduled lectures clashed with important sporting fixtures. Adam presents a solution which revolves around a more prolific approach to recording lectures.