REC:all is a transnational learning technology project that aims to research how lectures are currently being captured and used; to suggest learning designs for flexible and off-campus delivery; to review technical, pedagogical and legal issues and to produce practical guidelines to help teachers.
REC:all will initially research how lectures are currently being captured and used, suggest learning designs for flexible and off-campus delivery, review technical, pedagogical and legal issues and produce practical guidelines to help teachers.
The project will also develop an active community of practitioners in this exciting area, working with existing academic communities such as ViTAL (UK) and OASE (Netherlands).
In the second year REC:all will test a range of lecture capture use as carefully selected mini-projects. The projects will be fully evaluated with a focus on student feedback. The aim is to develop transferable and practical pedagogical models and reference benchmarks of good practice. These will be developed and tested in the form of a set of REC:all guidelines –technological/pedagogical guidance fully supported by web resources including examples of use.
Panopto allows recordings of presentations to be captured with minimal effort from the users' perspective and relay those recordings automatically to a given audience.