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Lecture Capture

Lecture capture is term used to describe any technology that allows tutors to digitally record a lecture (using Audio/Video, screen captures or PowerPoint slides) and make it available for students to see.

  • At Edge Hill, the lecture capture system is called Panopto and it will capture and sync audio and presentation materials.
  • Video is not normally captured but is an option if required for a particular session
  • Panopto has been installed in all lecture theatres and larger teaching spaces.
  • It can be used, among other things to:
  • provide a study aid for review and revision
  • help accommodate different learning style preferences
  • assist students who do not have English as their first language
  • assist students who have particular educational needs

If the lecture or session has been recorded then it will appear as a secure link in the Learning Edge course associated with that module.

The University has agreed a set of expectations around the use of Lecture Capture

Find out more

Students find out more about lecture capture at

Staff find out more about lecture capture at Detailed guidance and resources for staff wanting to use Panopto are located in Learning Edge. Choose Staff from the Learning Edge menu bar

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