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  • 1. Lecture Capture at Marjon Selection, Procurement and Implementation Adam Read, Senior e-Learning Technologist
  • 2. A little bit of background • A single-campus HE University with 2,500 students. • High levels of student satisfaction. • Small class sizes with high levels of contact time. • Faculties of Education & Social Sciences, Sport & Health Sciences and Language & Creative Arts.
  • 3. The problem • Student Union raised concerns about number of students having to choose between sport & attending lectures. • Deans/Staff want to encourage participation in sport but concerned about student achievement. • Timetable already over-stressed.
  • 4. The proposed solution 1. Introduce lecture capture to record all timetabled lectures. 2. Make these available online for student consumption. 21
  • 5. Needs analysis • This process identified two key requirements: – Automation: no-clicks approach – Integration: delivered via VLE • Additional requirements included: – Screen capture + voice – Scheduling tool
  • 6. Productive conversations • Spoke to other institutions who had already adopted lecture capture. • Honest opinions and experiences. • Advice about in-room setups & automation.
  • 7. Selection & Procurement • Used needs analysis to select preferred solution: Panopto. • Had useful discussions with their sales & technical teams. • Purchased a single year, hosted, licence. • Campus-wide licence to allow for maximum engagement from staff.
  • 8. The pilot: what we did • Identified the most heavily used room on campus for pilot. • Used existing in-room laptop. • Purchased in-ceiling microphone + USB amplifier (recommendations). • Contacted staff directly + announcement on internal newsletter. • Uptake low but workable for pilot.
  • 9. The pilot: lessons learnt • Discovered: – Performance issues with existing laptop. – Distortion issues with some staff. • Solution: – Amended laptop requirement for rooms. – Tweaked volume settings on mixer.
  • 10. The shopping list • Lenovo i5 laptop = £740.00 • Behringer Xenyx 302 mixer = £54.00 • AKG C-562-CM mic = £130.00 • XLR M-F 10m cable = £7.00 • Total = £941.00 per room + 1-2 hours installation + testing
  • 11. Where are we now? • Branding our lecture capture system ‘REPLAY’ • 16 rooms are now ‘REPLAY Ready’. • Draft lecture capture policy + guidance making way through committees. • Testing MIS integration to automatically schedule recordings. • Opt-in.
  • 12. What’s next? • All campus rooms (circa 60) for next academic year. • Fully developed MIS integration. • Capture all timetabled lectures. • Opt-out. • Move to a deployed in-house solution in 2015/16 to remove high content capture/stream costs.
  • 13. Thanks

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