Research into lecture capture
Read this first
Summary of lecture capture research and its use in UK Higher Education – Melissa Highton, Anne-Marie Scott and Liam Duffy, 2016.
This was presented to the Senate Learning and Teaching Committee in May 2016, and provides an excellent 4-page overview of current lecture capture research.
Our experience within PPLS
Piloting lecture capture in Psychology 2015-16 – Nick Daniels and Kasia Banas, 2016.
This report summarises the use of Panopto in pre-honours Psychology teaching 2015/16.
Journal articles and reports
Includes a good overview of existing research.
Student use of recorded lectures – Karnad, 2013.
Report on use of lecture capture at LSE.
The effectiveness of classroom capture technology – Ford, 2012.
Research focuses on Psychology courses at Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles.
Research undertaken at two universities in the Netherlands. Subject areas mainly Nursing / STEM.
Project report: Lecture capture pilot project – University of Edinburgh Information Services, 2009.
Blog posts and news articles
Research project into lecture capture at the University of York.
Blog post from an academic in Yale’s Economics department.
Myth busting about lecture capture – Henderson, 2014.
Blog post from the University of Oxford’s lecture capture roll-out team.
Videoing lectures ‘has no impact’ on attendance, says study – Havergal, 2015.
Times Higher Ed article reporting on pilot in a Computer Science course at Queen’s University Belfast.