Developing a sustainable strategy for the continuation and extension of capture technologies at the University of Wolverhampton: capture technologies pilot 2014/15: close of pilot report
AbstractOver the past few years, small clusters of expertise in the use of capture technologies have arisen through experimental use with enthusiasts and early adopters. This has now been followed by a closed pilot project led by the Directorate of Academic Support (DAS) using Panopto. Student feedback on the use of capture technologies is overwhelmingly positive and the academic, technical and support staff engaged in the pilot are convinced of its potential. The capture system has successfully enabled the innovative teaching philosophy for the Rosalind Franklin Science Centre and is essential to the continuation of this approach to learning and teaching. This report provides a summary of the use of capture technologies at the University of Wolverhampton in recent years, with an overview of the 2014/15 pilot project. The project included 6 workstreams, which were completed in collaboration with academic support teams, academic practitioners and faculty technicians who each had a strong role in the successful implementation of the pilot. The project workstreams have identified a set of 30 recommendations which are presented herewith for endorsement. These recommendations are made to support a proposal for the continued and extended use of capture technologies at the University of Wolverhampton. They will assist stakeholders across the institution in developing appropriate policies, procedures, infrastructure and support models, which are essential to successfully implement this proposal. Ultimately, the aim is to establish a sustainable strategy for the implementation and pedagogically sound application of capture technologies.
CitationWitton, G. (2015) Developing a sustainable strategy for the continuation and extension of capture technologies at the University of Wolverhampton: capture technologies pilot 2014/15: close of pilot report. Wolverhampton: University of Wolverhampton.
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