Updated Lecture Recording Summary Guidance for 2019-20

Reposted from Staff News

The University recently updated its Lecture Recording Guidance for 2019-20. The two-page summary guidance document can be found here.

Additionally, the University will be running a number of training workshops for staff on making the most of Panopto and Video Based Learning. The next one Panopto: Recording Lectures and Creating Video Resources takes place during Digital Education Training Week (w/c 29th July). Workshops can be booked via https://lncn.eu/training. A video showcasing staff use of Panopto and Video Based Learning for creating learning resources can be watched below.

For further details, contact digitaleducation@lincoln.ac.uk

Lecture Recording

Lecture recording facilities are available in all teaching spaces. There are two options for staff to wanting to record their teaching sessions:

  • Full automated Panopto recording with audio, video and slides

Nine teaching spaces have the full Panopto system. These record audio, presenter and slides. This is available within the following locations:

• Minerva: MB0312 Co-Op Lecture Theatre, MB0302 Cargill Lecture Theatre, MB1019 & MB1020
• David Chiddick: DCB1101 (250 Seat Lecture Theatre)
• Isaac Newton: INB0114 (500 Seat Lecture Theatre)
• Stephen Langdon: SLB0006 (250 Seat Lecture Theatre)
• Sarah Swift: SSB0103
• LPAC: Studio X

Recordings in these spaces need to be booked in advance. If you have any sessions you want to record in these rooms, email digitaleducation@lincoln.ac.uk with time, module code and room details. A member of the team will be available to provide support for the first session.

  • On-demand recording with audio and slides only

This system is available in all other teaching spaces across campus. These can be identified by a circular black microphone attached the front of the podium. There are two stages to using the self-service system:
Before the session the module has to be provisioned on Panopto. In the Help and Support >Panopto section on Bb there is a guide on how to do this.

At the start of the session you need to open the appropriate Blackboard module site, click on the Panopto menu button to launch the application. In the Help and Support >Panopto section on Bb there is a guide on how to do this.

If you have any questions about this process please email digitaleducation@lincoln.ac.uk and a member of the team can be available to provide support for the first time you use this process.