Institutional usage, copyright content and intellectual property, and the recorded lecture guidelines.
Instructors can add a Lecture Capture link in their LMS subject, and students will view all recordings for the subject through this link.
Students and staff should note that the provision of recorded lectures and quality of audio are not guaranteed, as the service is occasionally affected by technical difficulties.
As stated at the start of each lecture recording, the University holds the intellectual property of the content within all lecture recordings. Students must seek approval from individual teaching staff before recording classes via personal recording devices or any other medium.
If you are showing film clips or images, performing music, or including other copyright material in your lectures, there are conditions and limits on what can be recorded. There is a pause/stop button to control what is recorded. For more information see Using Copyright Material in Lectures or contact the Copyright Office.
Best practice guidelines
To ensure high quality Lecture Capture recordings within a venue:
- Before your presentation, review the Copyright Office’s advice on using copyright material in lectures.
- Make sure you know how to use lectern touch panels.
- Make sure you know how to pause Lecture Capture recording, and remember to pause your recording when you present copyrighted material or confidential information.
- Always wear the lapel microphone provided.
- Repeat any questions asked by the audience to ensure both question and answer are recorded.
- Stop the Lecture Capture recording if you finish early, especially if you hold personal discussions at the end of a lecture.