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E-learning resources - Lecture Capture

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warning icon  Aberystwyth University's Compliance & Copyright guidelines

This document has been written as a guide for staff wishing to use Aberystwyth University’s lecture recording service. Its primary aim is to provide a summary of best practice and of the main issues to consider when undertaking lecture capture. (Last accessed 02/12/10)


Recording Lectures: Legal Considerations (28/07/2010) (Last accessed 02/12/10).

This guide from JISC examines the legal implications of recording lectures at UK FE and HE institutions, focusing mainly on the issues of copyright and consent.

Copyright Guidelines for Lecture Recording - ALT Open Access Repository (Last accessed 25/11/10).

This document contains sample copyright guidelines for staff wishing to use their Institution's lecture recording facilities.


Information Services' page on lecture capture (Last accessed 02/12/10).

This page gives an overview of lecture capture at Aberystwyth University and has information on training as well as contact details for booking or more information.

Information Services' FAQs (Last accessed 02/12/10).

for more specific queries about the technology and its use at Aberystwyth.

Good practice

AberCast Lecture Capture handout (Last accessed 02/12/10).

Document used for an Introduction to Abercast training session.  Has some key tips on good practice. 

Further reading

Lecture capture: rich and strange, or a dark art? ((Last accessed 02/12/10).

Originally presented at ALT-C 2010, 6-9 September 2010, University of Nottingham - excellent literature review summarising the experiences of a wide range of institutions with lecture capture. There are many cautionary notes here.

The JISC ELTAC project (Last accessed 02/12/10).

This includes a list of examplars showing how lecture capture is being used at other institutions.

Kate Wright gave a talk in Swansea at the Blackboard Teaching and Learning conference on the subject of Lecture Capture, which can be found here. (Last accessed 02/12/10)

JISC Digital Media - Cross-media: Free Online Screencasting Tools (Last accessed 02/12/10).

This page, published by JISC, has details on various freely available screencast tools, as well as some notes on copyright and your rights.

"Seven things you should know about lecture capture" (Last accessed 02/12/10).

Gives an overview of lecture capture, how it works, concerns and issues to be aware of and more.

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