About the Lecture Capture service
Lecture Capture technology allows lecturers to make digital recordings of course material and deliver it to students via a Learning@Griffith course site. It is used to complement face-to-face teaching, and further support Griffith University students in their learning through increased access to learning resources.
It is standard practice at Griffith University to record lectures timetabled in Lecture Capture-enabled venues. In addition, lecturers may choose to record other teaching activities, such as seminars, workshops, tutorials or ad hoc lectures, or upload their personal recordings to provide students with additional resources. The information on whether or not Lecture Capture will be used for a course can be found in the Course Profile.
The Lecture Capture system used at Griffith University is the Echo360 (Active Learning Platform). Recordings are made available to students via the link that appears in the navigation menu of the relevant course site in Learning@Griffith.
Griffith University upgraded the Lecture Capture service in time for Trimester 3 2017. Recordings made prior to October 27th 2017 are still accessible to students, but will open in a different version of the Echo player.
For detailed information about how to use Echo360, see: