There's a wealth of information available about lecture capture across the University. This page provides links to different University sites for answers to any questions you may have.
For step by step guides on how to use the lecture capture system
These pages provide a quick overview of how the lecture capture system works and how to use personal capture, and use the media management system at your desktop.
Training and Events
There are a series of face to face training workshops for all academic staff on all aspects of Lecture Capture and Media Management that you can book online.
For room information
The SES website - Guides on the recording equipment available in each teaching room.
For timetable information
The SES website - Recordings will be synchronised with teaching timetables unless an opt out is in place. The module timetable pages provide details of the sessions which are being recorded (list view).
What is scheduled lecture capture?
This page provides an overview of scheduled lecture capture.
For student information
The SES website - These pages have student frequently asked questions on the lecture capture system and guides to further support.
Information for disabled students
DSAS website - Support for disabled students and details of the process for obtaining permission to record is available from DSAS.
For help with the recording equipment in each room
FSS website - In room support with use of the equipment is provided by Facilities Support Services. Contact the Facilities Support Services Directorate for assistance.
For examples of use in teaching, and detailed guidance and training
OD&PL Changing Landscapes website - OD&PL offers in depth online resources and face to face support on the lecture capture system. Support and training can be accessed from these pages.
For detail of use and access of recordings in Minerva
Lecture capture recordings will be published to students via their module area in Minerva. These pages provide detailed guidance to Minerva.
For support for use of recordings as part of student learning
skills@library website - Providing recorded materials has many benefits for student learning. These resources support students to take advantage of these.