16 June 2011
Time: 10:30am - 4:00pm
Many organisations are turning to recording lectures and other kinds of teaching session, and publishing these internally or externally so that students and others can access the recordings at their leisure.
“Lecture Capture” is the awkward name for the family of technologies that support the making of such recordings. The aim of this ALT event is to help participants get to grips with the human, organisational, pedagogic, quality and technical challenges of doing lecture capture well and at scale.
This one day conference event is being organised and hosted by QMUL 's E-Learning Unit in conjunction with the Association for Learning Technology (http://www.alt.ac.uk/), Imperial College, University College London and the University of Sheffield.
You can see a provisional programme here:
http://www.alt.ac.uk/events/lecture-capture-conference where you can also register interest for the event.
For more information about lecture capture at QM, see http://www.learninginstitute.qmul.ac.uk/elearning/services/q-review-lecture-capture/ .
Tickets cost £65 (this is the members' rate as QM are organisational members of ALT). The E-Learning Unit, in the Learning Institute, are funding ten places for staff at QM on a first-come first-served basis.
If you would be interested in attending please contact Eoin McDonnell (firstname.lastname@example.org) and do feel free to pass this on to colleagues who may be interested.