FEEDBACK: Lecture recording (via Camtasia); How’s it been?; Have your say

Published On May 22, 2012 | By ED | News

Dear students,

You may have noticed the introduction of a new podcast system which makes available a video and audio recording of internal lectures. This system has been installed in 30 lecture theatres and will continue to be rolled out during Trimester 2.  A survey has been developed to gauge the level of usage and satisfaction from students. The information will assist with making adjustments and improvements in order to provide the best possible solution.

Brian Landrigan - Associate Lecturer in Academic Development

 

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6 Responses to FEEDBACK: Lecture recording (via Camtasia); How’s it been?; Have your say

  1. Joann says:

    Have not had a unit with podcasts this trimester… but on another note, does anyone know why the insider’s guide is not updating on the myUNE feed/page? It’s stuck back in March :( , I’ve tried several different browsers etc but still no love.

  2. Melisa says:

    Hi Joanne,

    I also wondered why the feed is no longer updating on the myUNE page. Would be great if someone can check this on the back-end!

    Thanks very much.

  3. Justin Campbell says:

    This is a really good development. I would stress though taht as important as th tecnology is, training staff to use it is equally as important. The unviersity has always had the capacity to provide quality online materials but this happens only half the time.

  4. Rocio says:

    Does this mean that FINALLY distance students get to watch MATHEMATICS lectures?

  5. Robyn says:

    They are great but would be better with microphones to clarify lecturers voices and cut background noise. The constant coughing of what sounds like everyone is gross and interferes.

    Also the access method in moodle is clunky and unwieldly. Would be better if we could subscribe and auto download, download individual lectures without having to open them first, have different lists for video and sound only, a single naming convention would also be good.

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