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Lecture Recording: A student co-creation case study

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Presentation given at QAA Enhancements Theme Conference 2018 at Glasgow Calendonian University

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Lecture Recording: A student co-creation case study

  1. 1. Evaluation, Evidence and Enhancement: The 15th Enhancement Conference Glasgow Caledonian University 7 June 2018 Lecture Recording: A student co-creation case study Anne-Marie Scott & Karoline Nanfeldt
  2. 2. Evidence for Enhancement: Improving the Student Experience Lecture Recording History - Using lecture recording at a modest scale for nearly a decade. - Exceptionally popular with our students. - Supplemental resource to aid revision, adding richness to the digital collections that students refer to. - Extends the range of materials already provided by online library resources, VLE courses etc. - Allowed a number of academic colleagues the opportunity to experiment with their teaching practice and ‘flip’ their classrooms. - Many of our academic colleagues now rely on lecture capture as class sizes grow beyond the capacity of our physical estate.
  3. 3. Evidence for Enhancement: Improving the Student Experience Student Diversity
  4. 4. Evidence for Enhancement: Improving the Student Experience Student Demand - EUSA sabbatical officers elected in each of the 2012 - 2016 elections with lecture capture as part of their manifesto. - 2013 media asset management project – lecture recording number 1 student requirement. - At the 2016 election lecture capture was in the manifestos of 3 out of 4 winning candidates. - A 2015 report from external consultants (Headscape) on the Edinburgh student digital experience identified lecture capture as a significant missing component. - Widely available, centrally provided lecture capture was one of the significant recommendations from the 2016 review of the University Accessible and Inclusive Learning Policy.
  5. 5. Evidence for Enhancement: Improving the Student Experience “I feel as though the lectures are fast paced and I often miss some of the information whilst trying to get to grips with some of the difficult concepts. I hate to miss the lectures, but having the video recordings has made the course far more manageable.” (Divinity Student)
  6. 6. Evidence for Enhancement: Improving the Student Experience Student Benefits - Recorded lectures as a supplement to face to face learning can have a positive effect on student achievement and general well-being - Particular benefit for: - non-native speakers - students with specific disabilities - students from diverse backgrounds - Simple recording affords opportunities to be innovative and creative within teaching practice
  7. 7. Evidence for Enhancement: Improving the Student Experience
  8. 8. Evidence for Enhancement: Improving the Student Experience Internship: Procurement - Competitive Dialogue - School Convenor from Pyschology, Philosophy and Language Sciences - Full member of the procurement team - Novel, but not unwelcome experience for suppliers - Directly influenced the final Invitation to Tender document and consensus
  9. 9. Evidence for Enhancement: Improving the Student Experience Internship: Training Offer another view Help with admin Help design and deliver training
  10. 10. Evidence for Enhancement: Improving the Student Experience Internship: Communications Help reach target audience Create communications pieces – both for staff and students Read research and share
  11. 11. Evidence for Enhancement: Improving the Student Experience Video
  12. 12. Evidence for Enhancement: Improving the Student Experience
  13. 13. Evidence for Enhancement: Improving the Student Experience Internship: Room Signage
  14. 14. Evidence for Enhancement: Improving the Student Experience Student Helpers We hired about 30 student helpers for the first 2 weeks of teaching Face of the new service as we launched Student helpers = Student partners
  15. 15. Evidence for Enhancement: Improving the Student Experience Impact “The recorded lectures have been amazing for me. I just listened if I was at the lecture, and then made notes on them while watching them at home. Seeing the lecturer is even better than audio. I have problems doing handwriting for extended periods. As a carer I have to drive frequently on a one hour commute […], and listening to the audio of the lecture in my car reduced my stress because I really felt I was making good use of the time for my studies as well as doing my family duty.”
  16. 16. Evidence for Enhancement: Improving the Student Experience Impact - Pressure to scale up the use of lecture recording and move swiftly to an opt-out model but no longer an active campaigning issue. - Scaling up internships on other student-facing projects. - Continued relationship with interns in other activities. - Students are trusted colleagues – greater appreciation of what they bring. - Student helpers model of wider interest. - Recognition beyond the institution.
  17. 17. Evidence for Enhancement: Improving the Student Experience Recommendations 1. Employ students 2. Don’t underestimate students 3. Engage with a diverse group of students where possible
  18. 18. © The Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education 2018 Registered charity numbers 1062746 and SC037786 Thank you

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