Panopto at the University of Bath [JISC Digital Media]

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  • 1. Panopto at the University of Bath for JISC Digital Media Online Surgery Nitin Parmar Learning Technologist [ Wednesday 2 February 2011 ] e-Learning team Learning & Teaching Enhancement Office go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
  • 2. What is Lecture Capture? A set of technologies that allow recordings of presentations to be performed with minimal effort from the users' perspective and relay those recordings automatically to a given audience. The technology behind it allows the simultanous recording of audio, video, Micrsoft PowerPoint slides and screen capture, and distribute that content automatically to the web, and in turn to a range of devices, mobile or otherwise. [ What is Lecture Capture? >> Learning Technologies FAQs database, http://drgn.in/bgjJFw ] e-Learning team Learning & Teaching Enhancement Office go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
  • 3. What is Panopto?
    • The Panopto Coursecast platform allows recordings to be made in
    • two ways:
    • Equipment has been installed in lecture theatres to allow recordings to be made automatically .
    • [basic] screen capture, audio; [advanced] includes video
    • 2. You can download (or have installed) the Panopto Recorder onto your own computer and record your presentation using off the shelf microphones, cameras or webcams connected to the PC.
    • [ What is Panopto? >> Learning Technologies FAQs database, http://drgn.in/a9OobV ]
    e-Learning team Learning & Teaching Enhancement Office go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
  • 4. Examples of use
    • To capture scheduled lectures
    e-Learning team Learning & Teaching Enhancement Office go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
  • 5. [ View the broadcast of this lecture at: http://drgn.in/dh4TmM ]
  • 6. Examples of use
    • To capture scheduled lectures
    • To deliver content prior to the lecture (via Moodle)
    e-Learning team Learning & Teaching Enhancement Office go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
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  • 9. Examples of use
    • To capture scheduled lectures
    • To deliver content prior to the lecture (via Moodle)
    • To capture and broadcast conference presentations
    e-Learning team Learning & Teaching Enhancement Office go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
  • 10. [ Classroom Technologies blog, http://blogs.bath.ac.uk/classroomtechonologies ]
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  • 13. Some Headline Figures 5364 hours of content have been watched, of which there were 33,133 views 785 sessions (individual recordings) held on system 150 Moodle and non-Moodle folders of content created e-Learning team Learning & Teaching Enhancement Office go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
  • 14. Statistics for 12 months 18/1/2010 – 17/1/2011
  • 15. Why capture your lectures? Lecture capture enhances and extends existing instructional activities, whether in face-to-face, fully online, or blended learning environments. It works especially well in subject areas where students benefit from repeated viewing of content , especially when complex items are being discussed. Lecturers instructors might add group activities during lecture time to supplement the material . [ adapted from 7 things you should know about... Lecture Capture, http://drgn.in/9OgSFG ] e-Learning team Learning & Teaching Enhancement Office go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
  • 16.
    • “ I think that it's absolutely morally bankrupt that people don't record lectures. It think it's unbelieveble. I know that there are IP issues and so on, but not giving a student a second bite of the cherry? Where did that theory of learning come from? I'm gonna just give it to you once guys, and that's it?! “
      • Donald Clark, “Don't Lecture Me”
      • Keynote at ALT-C 2010, Nottingham
    e-Learning team Learning & Teaching Enhancement Office go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
  • 17. Where Next?
    • Classroom Technologies
      • http://go.bath.ac.uk/ct
    • Learning Technologies FAQs
      • http://go.bath.ac.uk/ltfaq
    • Contact
      • e-learning@bath.ac.uk [Pedagogic enhancement]
      • a.v.bookings@bath.ac.uk [Administrative & Technical support]
      • BUCS Help Form [Panopto Recorder installation]
    e-Learning team Learning & Teaching Enhancement Office go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar
  • 18. http://www.slideshare.net/tag/eatbath go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar e-Learning team Learning & Teaching Enhancement Office Nitin Parmar Learning Technologist N.R.Parmar@bath.ac.uk | +44 (0)1225 384 392