Time: 17:30 – 19:00
Location: Room 418A/B, 20 John Prince’s St
Lecture capture as technology has been used in the HE sector in many forms in recent years and is being evaluated and piloted at LCF. Already much material has been generated on its potential benefits and uses in making learning accessible and available in flexible formats.
In this discussion we are interested in expanding discussion by looking at the use of lecture capture from additional perspectives – (how) does it change behaviours and interactions and affect the choice of pedagogies?
What pedagogic – or other – philosophies inform our adoption of, and feelings about, lecture capture? What are the diverse implications of its use and what might this use look like in the future? What research questions can we usefully ask ourselves about lecture capture that are about, and go beyond, its function as a tool to support learning?
Come and join the debate – and bring your own questions!
Please RSVP to Alison James firstname.lastname@example.org
Image: “Film Chamber” by _sarchi (licensed under CC BY 2.0)