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DESCRIPTIONUniversity of Aberystwyth's presntation at Gregynog on Lecture Capture.
- 1. Lecture Capture
at Aberystwyth University
Tim Davies & Iola Hagen
2. The Team
Nigel Thomas Media & Technical
Martin Pugh Media & Technical
Kate Wright E-Learning
Mary Jacob - E-Learning
Johanna Westwood - E-Learning
Gareth Hall Psychology
Iola Hagen Software Development
Tim Davies IS Management
3. What is Lecture Capture?
The capture of video, audio, and content (slides / screen capture), or any combination, that makes up a lecture or presentation
Tutors put up a link to the recording
Students can then play back and jump to specific sections of the lecture
4. What is Lecture Capture?
Using Windows Media Server since2003.
Live events (e.g. graduation)
Lectures (MS Producer)
2006+ interest in dedicated lecture capture systems. Looked at Mediasite.
Piloted Echo360 in 2008
2009 Panopto CourseCast Socrates programme
6. Drivers to change
Successful bid to L&T fund for money
Software installation & maintenance
Microphones in teaching rooms
Small number of cameras
Support from PVC Learning & Teaching
7. Lecture Capture Success
Senior Management buy-in
Targeted Awareness Raising
Assistance when requested
8. Panopto Technical Overview
Web Ready (WR) Quality: Add 265GB for every 1,000 hours of WR that you want to keep (265MB/hr). Note: Once deleted, you can no longer re-edit or re-encode.
High Quality Compressed (HQC) Quality: Add 660GB for every 1,000 hours of HQC that you want to keep (660MB/hr). Note: Once deleted, you can no longer re-edit or re-encode.
Digital Video (DV) Quality: Add 13TB for every 1,000 hours of DV that you want to keep (13GB/hr). Note: Once DV is deleted, you can no longer re-edit or re-encode.
Web Ready (WR) Quality: Add 390GB for every 1,000 hours of web stream video that you want to make available (390MB/hr).
High Quality Compressed (HQC) Quality: Add 390GB for every 1,000 hours of web stream video that you want to make available (390MB/hr).
Digital Video (DV) Quality: Add 390GB for every 1,000 hours of web stream video that you want to make available (390MB/hr).
10. Linking to Blackboard
Panopto Building Block
Configure with web server settings
Configure on Web server
No global synchronising
Not available in Blackboard Learn course tools menu
11. Usage Statistics
Number of Recodings
Average 2 recording an hour during the teaching term.
Over 1500 recordings in total
Business school mandated for First year Modules
Increase in viewing before and during exams
12. Usage Statistics
13. Usage Stats
14. Usage Stats
15. Data Retention
How long should we keep files
One week on teaching machines
3 months on Data server
Indefinitely in web server
420GB of data stored on the Web Server
186GB of data stored on the Data Server
16. Student Perceptions 1Gareth Hall Students learning experience with Panopto Coursecast at Aberystwyth University
In a student survey 98% of respondents indicated that they found lecture capture helpful in their studies.
81% of students who used lecture capture indicated that one way of helping them choose where to study in the future was if the University offered lecture capture.
Over half told us that it helped them understand difficult concepts.
17. Student Perceptions 2Gareth Hall Students learning experience with Panopto Coursecast at Aberystwyth University
Revise prior to exam (68%) highest usage
To clarify concepts that they did not understand during lectures (63%)
To make up for a missed lecture (51%)
To help with assignments (35%)
To review straight after lecture (19%)
To help with English as a 2nd language (9%)
Attendance not affected
18. Student Perceptions 3Gareth Hall Students learning experience with Panopto Coursecastat Aberystwyth University
I do accounting and sometimes you go through a number of examples and write them down () they go so fast it is nice to look back and actually hear what the numbers mean () when you put the lecture capture on you can hear what she was saying cos you cant really write your notes and numbers at the same time [Focus group 1, line 177-183]
You get too much information in lectures () but theyre saying a lot of stuff that is not on the powerpoints. So you have to get the powerpoint and get what theyre trying to say in one lecture. It just doesnt work. So if you listen to it [the lecture] afterwards you can go over it and over it and understand more what theyre trying to tell you [Focus group 7, lines 80-84]
when you go back to revise [from Panopto] then its good to have a starting point () because if you cant remember whats happened in a lecture and you jump straight into a book, sometimes it goes straight off your head, so its good to start with something [Focus group 1, lines 226-229]
its not a substitute, I dont think, its an extra resource but certainly not a substitute for going in and actually being in lecture, even if it is pre-recorded... [Focus group 1, lines 532-534]
19. More Information
Tim Davies firstname.lastname@example.org
Iola Hagen email@example.com
IS page on recording lectures:http://www.aber.ac.uk/en/is/media/recording
Nexus web site (AU L&T good practice) http://nexus.aber.ac.uk/xwiki/bin/view/Main/Tags?do=viewTag&tag=lecturecapture