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Innovative Tools in Open Source Lecture Capture - Stuart Phillipson

Video Teaching: An essential skill for lecturers in the 21st Century - Zac Woolfitt


Elevate Health: Successful Use of Enhanced Weblectures in Online Education - Davey van der Heijden

Using lecture capture to enhance student engagement with UbiCast lecture capture and delivery solution - Marie-Christine Monget

Easy Lecture Capture integration with Kaltura - Sigurd Kristian Brinch

M&L webinar: The creation of videos to support students' learning

How to move beyond lecture capture: Legal guide

How to move beyond lecture capture: Legal Guide in English and French
authors: Gérard Casanova, Yacine Abboud & Joy Peynet (Université de Lorraine, France)

This guide gives more background information on copyright in general and as the details of these laws are different in each country you can find some more information on the situation in the UK, France and the Netherlands as examples. Further on the guide describes "the general rules" for using copyrighted material in web lectures specifically. The guide includes information on Open Educational Resources and Creative Common Licences and also discusses what to take into consideration when (re)using your own material or student material. Another chapter is dedicated to "the right to a person’s image" and another chapter focuses on "publicly broadcast materials or commercially produced materials" and how you can or cannot use them in your classroom. Finally the guide describes what you should consider when you want to protect resources that you have created and gives you some other useful tips when making podcasts or recording lectures.

How to move beyond lecture capture: Technology guide

How to move beyond lecture capture: Technology guide in English 
authors: Mathy Vanbuel, ATiT, Belgium

This guide provides information on the current state-of-the-art and types of lecture capture, it goes deeper into several functionalities (eg. interactivity, voice recognition, subtitling, social mark-up, automated indexing and metadata, integration with VLE platforms etc.). The guide also includes a chapter on technical trends and developments as well as a part about common fears. Last but not least it gives an overview of suppliers active in the lecture capture market and a matrix which can help you to make a comparison between lecture capture systems and services and its functionalities.

How to move beyond lecture capture: Pedagogy guide

How to move beyond lecture capture: Pedagogy guide  in English
authors: Clive Young, UCL, UK and Sylvia Moes, VU University Amsterdam, Netherlands

This guide gives you an introduction to the phenomenon of lecture capture, the impact it can have, student and teacher attitudes towards this technology in past years, and it also discusses questions like "What is the effect on attendance of students and on the lecture itself?". The guide explains more about the active learning model and goes deeper into other pedagogical models that can be used in a lecture capture or blended learning setting. Another chapter is dedicated to the case studies as an outcome of the REC:all project, they can be useful for anyone looking for good examples of lecture capture use and/ or flipped learning. In the last part the RECall framework is presented which can help you to better understand the learning design and pedagogical choices made in each case study.

Creating short animation films with Moving Image Techniques

During the workshop the participants will acquire the basic concepts through hands-on experimentation with various techniques of simple animation and the basic procedure of editing. The participants will create short film sequences.These workshops are intended for educators and beginners who are interested in acquiring basic skills of Moving Image Techniques and how they can be applied in the classroom. The workshop has both theoretical and practical elements.