Advice on creating online lectures and sharing resources in your subject.
How do I deliver my lecture online?
Review the options you have for making online versions of your lectures.
Active learning in lectures
We outline principles and strategies for active learning in lectures.
Using video in teaching and learning
Producing a video can be a daunting task. Let us help you select the best style of video production for your purpose, creating a better video resource to enhance student learning.
Self-recording lectures on your own device
How to self-record your lectures using Echo360 Universal Capture.
Reusing Lecture Capture recordings
If you have recordings of a guest lecturer or a particularly useful past resource from a previous teaching period you can add them to your current LMS subject.
Scheduled recordings in your teaching space
Until further notice, you can still deliver your lecture in the original timetabled room, where a Lecture Capture recording will be made of your presentation.
Record and edit a narrated slideshow presentation using Universal Capture
Narrated slide shows are best reserved for static visual content like collections of photographs, a series of diagrams, or sets of data visualisations.
Record a 90-second introductory video using Universal Capture
A brief introductory video can be used to introduce students to a concept, module or the subject as a whole. Self-recorded videos are also a great way for teaching staff to introduce themselves and create a sense of teacher presence in your subject.
Record and share an audio message
An audio message is a simple way to welcome your students and create a sense of teacher presence in your subject.
Video and audio - recording, editing and uploading
Pointers on how to get the most out of the equipment you have readily available in your workspace or pocket for self-recording lectures.
Establishing communication channels and a sense of community
Check in with your students by establishing channels for communication and using them early and often