Recordings of lectures and other teaching sessions support student accessibility and provide an opportunity to review what has been covered in class. This article gives advice on how to record your lectures whether they are on campus, hybrid or online sessions.
What to record?
In accordance with the University’s Policy on Audio Visual Material to Support Learning, all lectures should be recorded along with other teaching sessions as appropriate.
Panopto (Listen Again) or Teams?
- On campus lectures: use Panopto (Listen Again) which is available on all teaching room presentation PCs.
- Hybrid lectures (mixture of students on campus and attend online): use MS Teams to record the session to ensure that the whole group is included. See the guidance on how to use the technology in a hybrid classroom for further information.
- Online lectures – use MS Teams.
Managing Teams recordings after the lecture
The way Teams meetings recordings are managed is changing, requiring installation of the Panopto-Teams integration. This will ensure that recordings are automatically added to Panopto in addition to temporarily being stored in OneDrive. Full details of the Panopto-Teams integration will be added to Teams guidance by 23 September.