Practical recommendations for lecture recordings

Lecture capture study guide

We have produced infographic guides to help students use lecture recordings effectively. These guides accompany the following paper which provides recommendations for both students and instructors and has been accepted for publication and is currently available as a pre-print:

Nordmann, E., Kuepper-Tetzel, C. E., Robson, L., Phillipson, S., Lipan, G., & Mcgeorge, P. (accpeted). Lecture capture: Practical recommendations for students and instructors. *Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Psychology. https://doi.org/0.1037/stl0000190

The guides are available in English, German, Dutch, and Welsh. You are free to reuse, remix and adapt these guides with attribution. Because even teaching-focused academics need to worry about impact, please let me know via e-mail or Twitter if you do adopt them!

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Emily Nordmann
Emily Nordmann
Lecturer in Psychology

I am a teaching-focused lecturer and conduct research into the relationship between learning, student engagement, and technology.

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