Lecture Recording Programme
What was the plan for the 3-year implementation programme, and how do I find out more?
The service was rolled out over the course of three academic years.
- In 2017/18 the focus was on replacing existing lecture recording services and 142 teaching spaces were enabled.
- In 2018/19 the service was expanded to include over 250 teaching spaces and included automated scheduling of lectures.
- in 2019/20 the service was installed in over 300 teaching spaces and extended into specialist spaces within the University.
Read more about the 3-year rollout plan on the Lecture Recording Programme Wiki.
As part of the implementation of the new lecture recording service, we formed an Academic User Group to ensure that academic voices were firmly embedded in the development of Replay. Professor Susan Rhind, who chaired the Group, invited representation from all Schools to both champion and support the use of the service. This included supporting initiatives to explore more creative uses of the capabilities offered by lecture recording to enhance learning and teaching.
We formed an Engagement and Evaluation Group to focus on the evaluation of lecture recording at Edinburgh. Professor Sarah Cunningham-Burley chaired the group that was responsible for ensuring the opportunities offered by the introduction of lecture recording were exploited to maximise the benefit for learning and teaching at the University. In addition, the Programme funded a number of PTAS projects, find out more about them here: https://edin.ac/2JmD5xq
Although the programme closed in 2019 you can still find out what was done by looking at the Lecture Recording Programme Wiki.