Research update and next phase of lecture capture at York
Mon 14 March, 12.15-1.45pm, LFA/204&205, Harry Fairhurst Building.
(N.B. You will need your University card for access to the Library)
For academic and teaching-related staff. Lunch provided.
In this lunchtime session we will:
- Share the latest research and rationale behind the new student-facing resources that aim to support the use of lecture captures during independent study.
- Outline the next phase for lecture capture at York and an update on the pilot of a new platform.
- Provide a discussion space for colleagues evaluating lecture capture in their departments and how we can help.
Students have shown us a range of ways they have incorporated lecture captures into their independent, private study practices. In this session we will look at these study approaches, critique how students are supported to engage with lecture content and draw upon the recent research in the field to inform our thinking of the pedagogic value of lecture capture.
The second part of this session will outline where we are going with lecture capture at York, including scope for student assessment, feedback opportunities and new functionality being piloted during the Summer Term.
Finally, over lunch we hope that this session will provide a space for discussion for colleagues interested in and considering evaluation of lecture capture within their department. This will be an excellent opportunity to challenge assumptions, identify gaps in our understanding and approaches to understanding more about how lecture capture and video-based learning resources more generally can contribute to student learning.