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Below you can find links to University policy and guidance on remote teaching and learning. We will be adding to this content as it develops.


Policy: Use of recordings for remote teaching and learning

The University has issued a policy on the use of recordings made to support remote teaching and learning during the cessation of residential delivery. This policy clarifies the ownership, usage and retention of recordings. Note that this does not supplant the Lecture Capture Policy but sits alongside it.


End User Licence Agreement for Panopto

Panopto is an online video recording and hosting system; lecturers can use the system to create video recordings on desktop or laptop and deliver them to students via Moodle. Follow this link to access the details of the licence agreement for the University's Panopto licence. You will also find guidance on using Panopto for staff and students, including a Moodle course on creating and accessing recordings.


Information from the Senior PVC

Follow this link to access the statement by Professor Graham Virgo, Senior Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Education, regarding remote teaching and learning during the Easter Term 2020. It includes requirements for students about recording teaching sessions other than lectures, such as supervisions and small group teaching.

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