Capturing imaginations: Alternative uses of (lecture) capture technologies for increased student engagement
AbstractThis session will encourage practitioners to think creatively about alternative uses of capture technologies within their own context. Innovative use cases and data from the University of Wolverhampton Capture Technologies project will be used to support workshop activities and discussion. Participants will also be encouraged to share their own experiences and to consider strategies for incorporating content recorded using capture technologies into their overall educational approach. The ideas and best practices discussed may have implications for leaders and managers to inform institutional policy and have an impact on metrics related to TEF and NSS. Participants will engage in an action learning activity ‘Capture Technology Bingo’ where they will be presented with a series of alternative use cases for capture technology and use it to reveal insights into their own practice/institutional practice. Participants will be encouraged to share examples from their own experience and consider strategies for successfully incorporating captured content into their overall educational approach. The activity will also touch on issues of institutional policy (such as opt-in/opt-out policies for lecture recording) and the impact they have on attitudes and engagement from both student and staff perspectives. Discussion on best practices and how alternative use of capture technologies might impact positively on metrics related to TEF and NSS will be threaded throughout.
CitationWitton, G. and Marston, E. (2018) Capturing imaginations: Alternative uses of (lecture) capture technologies for increased student engagement, ALT West Midlands - Regional Learning and Teaching Group meeting: It's all in the mix: new blended learning opportunities for educators, 28th February, 2018, University of Birmingham.
PublisherAssociation for Learning Technology
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