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Recording a lecture

NOTE:
Lecture recording is only available in certain classrooms.

Classroom location Instructions
Upper & Middle campuses

If you're teaching a timetabled undergraduate course or class, and your Upper or Middle campus classroom is equipped with lecture recording facilities, your lectures will be recorded by default unless you opt out. You can self-manage your lecture recordings through your Vula site. For more information on the process, or instructions on how to opt out of the recordings, please visit the Centre for Innovation in Learning and Teaching (CILT) lecture recording article.

When conducting your lecture:

  • To record your voice clearly, use the lapel mic (when available).
  • Any media projected through the classroom data projectors will be recorded.
  • If you're using a blackboard or whiteboard, please keep within the camera's field of view. See the field of view in the Classroom information database > Name of classroom you’re using.
Other campuses
  1. Book a lecture recording session via the Centre for Innovation in Learning and Teaching (CILT).
  2. Once CILT confirms your booking, take note of the information and instructions they provide.
  3. When conducting your lecture:
    • Use the lapel mic (when available) to clearly record your voice.
    • Remember to repeat a student's comment or question, so that others can hear it and it can be recorded.
    • Any media projected through the classroom data projectors will be recorded.
    • If you're using a blackboard or whiteboard, please keep within the camera's field of view. See the field of view in the Classroom information database > Name of classroom you’re using.