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This session will encourage practitioners to think creatively about alternative uses of lecture capture technologies, and showcase innovative uses from academics at the University of Kent.
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 could provide valuable insight for any academic thinking about trying to improve student experience and increase engagement with the curriculum.
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 critically evaluate 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.
Themes for discussion during this session will include:
– How might alternative uses of (lecture) capture technologies impact positively on student satisfaction?
– How might the functionality of (lecture) capture technologies be used to improve assessment and feedback processes?
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LocationUELT Seminar Room,
University of Kent,
DetailsOpen to all academic and Professional Services staff,
Contact: Debbie Hayward
T: 01227 824170