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HeLF UK HE Research on Lecture Capture

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Quantitative data on Heads of eLearning Forum perceptions of the current situation with lecture capture in UK HE in 2017

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HeLF UK HE Research on Lecture Capture

  1. 1. HELF UK HE RESEARCH ON LECTURE CAPTURE DR BARBARA NEWLAND
  2. 2. AIMS OF SURVEY • the current situation regarding Lecture Capture in UK HE • the focus of and responsibilities for developments • the impact on Heads of eLearning
  3. 3. A network of senior staff in institutions engaged in promoting, supporting and developing technology enhanced learning Over 130 nominated Heads from UK Higher Education institutions A regular programme of well attended events Represents the interests of its members to various national bodies and agencies including the Higher Education Academy and JISC www.helf.ac.uk HEADS OF ELEARNING FORUM (HELF)
  4. 4. DEFINITIONS FOR THE SURVEY Lecture capture (LC) is defined as a system to record live teaching in a lecture theatre/classroom for the purpose of this survey. Some of the questions ask about the default arrangement i.e. what happens if the individual academic doesn't change the setting.
  5. 5. The survey was available: • to HeLF members who were asked to respond with regard to their knowledge of their own institution • In May/June 2017 and took about 15 minutes to complete The questions were a mixture of closed multiple-choice/multiple-answer and multiple selection as well as open response type Participants were assured that all data collected in the survey would be held anonymously and securely No personal data was asked for or retained unless the participant indicated a willingness to be contacted in the future The results were analysed using quantitative and qualitative methods 64 responses from 138 HeLF members – 46% response rate METHODOLOGY
  6. 6. TEACHING SPACES PLANNED TO HAVE LC 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 0 - 24% 25 - 49% 50 - 74% 75 - 100% Not applicable Lecture theatres Seminar rooms Other specialist rooms
  7. 7. PROGRESS OF PLANNED IMPLEMENTATION 37% 25% 13% 6% 19% Fully implemented and supported Partially implemented Working towards implementation In the procurement stage Not implemented at all
  8. 8. REASONS FOR NOT IMPLEMENTING LC 11% 67% 22% Have not considered Decided not to have LC Have other screen casting software
  9. 9. SOFTWARE 19% 74% 7% Echo 360 Panopto In-house
  10. 10. RECORDED BY DEFAULT 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 Video Audio PC screen Visualiser Other
  11. 11. POLICY 54% 24% 22% Opt in Opt out Neither
  12. 12. LC POLICY FOR LEGAL AND COPYRIGHT ISSUES 60% 28% 12% Yes Under consideration No
  13. 13. LENGTH OF TIME LC RECORDINGS AVAILABLE BY DEFAULT 0% 6% 94% Less than a week Whole term/semester Whole academic year
  14. 14. BIGGEST DRIVER 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35
  15. 15. BIGGEST BARRIER 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 Lack of support from senior management Concerns of academic staff Lack of interest from students Lack of funding Difficulty of implementation Other
  16. 16. LEVEL OF INVOLVEMENT AS HEAD OF ELEARNING 67% 30% 3% Greatly involved Some involvement No involvement
  17. 17. CHANGE IN LEVEL AS HEAD OF ELEARNING 11% 87% 2% More involvement OK with current level of involvement Less involvement
  18. 18. Dr Barbara Newland b.a.newland@brighton.ac.uk CONTACT DETAILS

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