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.
Try it now! Visit https://derby.cloud.panopto.eu, click the green Sign in button and log in with your University username/password.
Use and access
Increasingly, students have come to expect access to lectures after the event (Jewitt, 2015).
Most rooms at Derby are now equipped with recording equipment, for example a built in mic and often a ceiling webcam as well (see below for the list of rooms).
Lecture Recording integrates with Course Resources. You record your presentation directly into your module, and students can access it from there.
Help and resources
Staff can access comprehensive help guides and tutorials, case studies etc via Course Resources.
2 Click on UODSTAFF-017: Panopto - Lecture Recording
3 For quick start instructions click on 2 Recording on Mac/PC
The Lecture Recording Ready room list contains all of the teaching rooms with their equipment status - audio, audio and webcam or not enabled.
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
Case studies of how Lecture Recording (Panopto) have been used
Lecture Recording at Derby
10 minutes with Dr Stuart Mourton, Sport, Outdoor & Exercise Science, College of Life and Natural Sciences on Panopto lecture recording