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Lectopia Self-Service Tool: Scheduling & Editing Recordings

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[Recommended: Click "watch in HD" beneath the lower right-hand corner of the player to view the clip in High Definition. The normal view is quite blurry, making the video hard to follow.]

This tutorial covers how to add or edit recording schedules using the Lectopia Self-Service Tool.

Please note: this tool applies to recordings that have yet to take place. To update the details of recordings that have already occurred please use the Lectopia Staff Tool at http://lectopia.elearning.unsw.edu.au/lectopia/staff and login via your StaffID and your UniPass.

This clip is accompanied by a page on the Lectopia support site, available here: http://elearning.unsw.edu.au/lectopia/content/scheduling_recordings.cfm

Written by Mikebogle

February 18th, 2009 at 10:48 pm

Lectopia Self-Service Tool: Adding or removing staff access

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This tutorial covers how to update the podcasting preferences for your course. When podcasting is enabled students will be able to subscribe to the lecture recordings via a music player such as iTunes. When new recordings are available they are downloaded to the student's local machine. Conversely when Podcasting is disabled, the only way for students to listen to the recording is to go to the Lectopia website. This clip is accompanied by a page on the Lectopia support site, available here: http://elearning.unsw.edu.au/lectopia/content/staff_access.cfm

Written by Mikebogle

February 16th, 2009 at 1:08 am

Lectopia Self-Service Tool: Updating your podcasting preferences

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This tutorial covers how to update your podcasting preferences. This clip is accompanied by a page on the Lectopia support site, available here: http://elearning.unsw.edu.au/lectopia/content/podcasting_preferences.cfm

Written by Mikebogle

February 16th, 2009 at 12:39 am

Lectopia Self-Service Tool: Opting Out of automatic recordings

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As of Session 2, 2008, if a course is located in a venue that supports automated Lectopia recording, then it will be automatically recorded unless you indicate you do not want this to happen. This tutorial covers how to opt out of automatic Lectopia recordings. This clip is accompanied by a page on the Lectopia support site, available here: http://elearning.unsw.edu.au/lectopia/content/opt_out.cfm

Written by Mikebogle

February 16th, 2009 at 12:20 am

Lectopia Self-Service Tool: Creating a new course

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This tutorial covers how to request the creation of a new course in Lectopia using the Self-Service Tool, with a particular emphasis on some of the important settings to be aware of. This clip is accompanied by a page on the Lectopia support site, available here: http://elearning.unsw.edu.au/lectopia/content/request_new_course.cfm

Written by Mikebogle

February 15th, 2009 at 11:49 pm

Lectopia Self-Service Tool: Updating your course preferences

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This tutorial covers how to update your course preferences, in particular, adding or removing student login requirements, adding or removing multiple course codes or cohorts. This clip is accompanied by a page on the Lectopia support site, available here: http://elearning.unsw.edu.au/lectopia/content/course_details.cfm

Written by Mikebogle

February 15th, 2009 at 11:23 pm

Wikis in University Teaching and Learning – Richard Buckland FULT UNSW

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53 Useful things you can do with wikis in large class teaching. Richard Buckland has been using Wikis in his large class (100-500 students) teaching in Engineering and Computer Science since 2000. He has found some amazing things which can be done with Wikis, and made many many mistakes. This video is a summary of 4 of those interesting things, each requiring an increasing amount of courage, which could easily be adopted by other teachers. Depending on your courage and how much faith you are prepared to have in your students wonderful things can happen when you empower them. This video was produced by filming a session Richard gave entitled "Wikis for Collaborative Learning and Teaching" as part of UNSW's "Foundations of University Learning and Teaching" (FULT) programme.
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