What is Learning Capture?
Learning Capture describes various forms of recorded teaching. It encompasses recordings of both live and pre-recorded content. Learning Capture is generally spoken about using two terms:
- Classroom Capture – Recording of a live teaching session, with students present. This could be an on-campus or online (Live Online Capture) session.
- Personal Capture – Pre-recorded content, such as a screencast, talking head or demonstration video for asynchronous release as either core content or supplementary learning activities.
The Learning Capture Project encompasses all of the work involved in implementing the University’s chosen Learning Capture system- YuJa.
YuJa will be providing our new Learning Capture system. This includes:
- Application & browser-based recording for Personal Capture
- Classroom Capture in all centrally-bookable rooms on Whiteknights and London Road
YuJa’s software offers a range of recording and editing options, allowing for the creation of simple and more advanced video content from your desktop, mobile device, or browser, as well as integrating with hardware installations in on-campus classrooms to allow for the recording of live lectures. YuJa will also integrate directly with Blackboard – and other University systems – to allow for easy and secure sharing of video content.
Find out more about YuJa’s installations with other institutions.
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