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The days of standing in front of a class / lecture reading from a textbook or research paper are long gone. How do you improve your engagement with today’s students? How can you ensure you are meeting the needs of different learners?
The BUFVC’s Box of Broadcasts provides over 1 million TV and radio programmes for use by further and higher education institutions within teaching and learning. All staff and students in a subscribing institution can access the content, anywhere in the UK, to view, record, create clips, embed into VLEs and share. Plus, following a recent upgrade, users can now also view the content on the device they have in their pocket, search rolling transcripts, record missed programmes from a 30 day ‘buffer’, create clip compilations and use a one-click citation to reference programmes in their work.
This presentation explore the experiences of two subscribers from both an FE and HE perspective. See how a lecturer uses formerly broadcast TV and radio programmes to add variety to their classes and to engage their students in new ways. And how a further education college made savings by completely changing the way they deliver online access to AV resources since they started using BoB.