Lecture capture in the School of Contemporary Chinese Studies
April 6, 2015
In conversation with Professor Steve Tsang and Dr Jing Zhang Steve: “I think that there are several dimensions about lecture capture… there are always a few students who cannot attend a particular lecture, and having the lecture captured and available can be very helpful to them. There are also, occasionally, a few students who may …
Lecture Capture in the School of Mathematical Sciences – Dr Joel Feinstein
March 26, 2015
Video>> Dr Joel Feinstein speaks about Lecture Capture in the School of Mathematical Sciences. This presentation was given as part of a Teaching and Learning seminar held on 4th March 2015.
Lecture Capture in Nottingham University Business School – Alison Sinclair
Video>> Alison Sinclair discusses Lecture Capture in Nottingham University Business School, as part of a Teaching and Learning seminar held on 4th March 2015.
Lecture Capture in the School of Veterinary Medicine and Science – Yvonne Allen (E-learning Manager, SVMS)
Video>> Yvonne Allen discusses Lecture Capture in the School of Veterinary Medicine and Science. This presentation was given as part of a Teaching and Learning seminar held on 4th March 2015.
Blended learning approaches to teaching computer science to a diverse audience
August 22, 2013
Gail Hopkins: The Context “The School of Computer Science offers several MSc courses of which the MSc in Information Technology and the MSc in Management of Information Technology are the most popular. These two MSc courses are taken by students from a range of nationalities including UK and non-EU overseas students. As such some students …
Making a podcast of a lecture: recording and uploading to WebCT
May 27, 2009
Video >> Andrew: “This is the podcasting kit we use in lectures. It’s pretty bulky. This is what I just picked up from the learning and teaching resource and support people. This is the main kit and these are just the wires to plug it in, which I’ll do. “So that’s plugged in and on. …
Podcasting Maths lectures: how and why?
June 18, 2007
Video >> Kate: “So I understand that you’ve been experimenting with the use of audio podcasting; tell me how that’s gone.” Joel Feinstein, Mathematical Sciences: “That’s right, yes. The University was kind enough to lend me a professional quality mp3 recorder which I’ve been using to make audio podcasts, audio recordings of all of my …