What is Lecture Recording
Lecture recording (a system made by Panopto) enables you to record your speech, PowerPoint slides, computer screen and any video feeds (like a webcam). The output is an ingenious video which viewers can interact with.
Alternative uses for Lecture Recording
Aside from recording lectures, teachers have been using lecture recording in innovative ways:
- Student assignments (e.g. presentations)
- Student feedback from tutor
- Student peer assessment
- Flipped teaching
- Assignment explanations
- Module introductions
Use and access
Increasingly, students have come to expect access to lectures after the event (Jewitt, 2015). Derby University has been upgrading rooms to enable lecture recording – see below for the list.
Lecture Recording integrates with Course Resources. You record your presentation directly into your module, and students can access it from there.
This is done using the Panopto tool in Course Resources (Blackboard) to create a secure folder for your recordings linked to your module or program.
How to record
Steps to record:
1) Open the Panopto recording app and login with Course Resources
2) Select the module from the list
3) Select what you want to record
4) Press the Record button
5) Press the Stop button when finished
6) Do not turn off the computer until the recording has uploaded (typically 2-3 minutes per hour of recording)
7) The recording becomes available in your module (this might take one hour in busy periods)
Quick start help guides
Rooms which have been upgraded to enable lecture recording are: (light blue boxes indicate cameras are located in these rooms)
|Britannia Mill||Friar Gate|
|EC and Lonsdale||Oaklands Harpur Hill|
|Centre||House||Harpur Hill||ENG CR007||ENG IT008|
|G13||116||LH106||ENG CR003||ENG CR106||OM/07|
If your room is not listed it’s still possible to record using a portable mic. Please read Panopto with USB mic guide.
Sharing with people not enrolled on your course
By default, the content can only be seen by those enrolled on the module. But, you can share recordings to other individuals or groups inside or outside the University. Read the help guide here.
Case studies of how Lecture capture (Panopto) has been used