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Advanced Editing of Recordings within Mediasite
This online resource complements the video tutorial entitled "Basic Editing of Recordings". If you are new to Lecture Capture please watch this tutorial first before embarking on "Advanced Editing of Recordings". Do you want to edit parts of your lecture capture recording? Do you know how to divide your recording into chapters so that users can find relevant parts of the recording more easily? Do you want to top and tail that recording of that inspiring Guest Lecturer to make it look more polished? Watch this short video tutorial on editing a scheduled or ad-hoc recording. The same process applies to a personal capture (using the Mediasite Desktop Recorder) although the timeline might look different if you have created a screencast (screencast and audio) rather than a presentation (slideshow and audio). Please do click on the live links attached to this recording to find out further information and support on lecture capture.
Mrs Beth Ann Snowden, Supporting the Digital Strategy of Taught Student Education
3/19/2015 3:11:09 PM
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University of Leeds
2/9/2016 8:28:15 AM
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Basic Editing of Recordings
Do you know how to add further information to your recordings to help users find your recordings and navigate around your media resources? Once you receive an email from mediasite notifiying you that your recording is ready to be viewed, edited and approved what do you do next? This short tutorial outlines the basic steps of simple editing of any recording uploaded into MyMediasite. You can add metadata (information about your recording) to make it more accessible to your learners. Make your recording viewable to students within the VLE. Please visit our online tutorial on "Advanced Editing" which complements this resource. You can view this and other online tutorials by clicking on the small i symbol bottom right hand corner of this recording. You will learn how to:- - Access Recordings via Mediasite - Add Metadata (edit title and description) - Create Tags (keywords to identify the resource) - Identify Presenter (you can create your own new title) - Add Web Resources to recordings - Make the recordings viewable to modules within the VLE
Mrs Beth Ann Snowden, Supporting the Digital Strategy of Taught Student Education
5/6/2015 1:10:42 PM
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Benefits of Lecture Capture: Antonio Martinez-Arboleda
How are lecturers employing Lecture Capture at the University of Leeds and what benefits are they reaping? Antonio Martinez-Arboleda has been using Lecture Capture within the School of Languages, Cultures and Societies to support students in a variety of different ways. He believes that students value the opportunity to revisit material to improve their learning and has used Lecture Capture extensively for final year students on a course entitled "Spanish in an Economic Business Context". "Learning is three dimensional and sometimes the students have to go back to revisit what they have done," (Antonio, 2015). Visit the weblinks in this video to learn more about Lecture Capture and multimedia management here at the University of Leeds. Click on the 'i' bottom right hand corner of the screen for more information.
Antonio Martinez-Arboleda
11/11/2015 11:56:47 AM
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Benefits of Lecture Capture: James Kinch
Lecture Capture is extensively used to support learners here at the University of Leeds. As part of the Digital Strategy for Student Education Lecture Capture has been developed as "part of a suite of digital technologies and services, which support learning, inspire students to reach their full potential and enhance the student experience". James Kinch is a second year student in the School of Mechanical Engineering. He finds Lecture Capture very useful to revisit learning content, especially during revision time and uses the recordings to test himself. For more information on Lecture Capture and Multimedia Management please visit the various web resources attached to this recording which you can find by clicking on the 'i' bottom right hand corner of the screen.
James Kinch, School of Mechanical Engineering
10/21/2015 12:46:45 PM
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Benefits of Lecture Capture: Presented by University of Leeds' Students
The University of Leeds' Lecture Capture and Media Management system aims to support learners and enhance the student experience. Since 2014 thousands of hours of lecture capture recordings have been published and viewed by University staff and students. Much of this multimedia content is now being shared publicly as outlined by the Digital Strategy for Student Education 2013. All students can use the media management platform to record their own presentations to share with their supervisors, lecturers, each other, future employers, research partners and members of the public. James Kinch is a second year student in the School of Mechanical Engineering. He finds lecture capture very useful to revisit learning content, especially during revision time and uses the recordings to test himself when exploring challenging mathematical concepts. Rozalyn Yorke is studying a BSc in Medical Sciences and uses lecture capture regularly to support her when writing up her notes. The opportunity to revisit lectures gives her the confidence to prioritise her time when pursuing other University commitments. Samuel Ross is studying in the School of Biology. He has found it helpful to have access to missed lectures. As a final year student Samuel is thinking of his future career plans and it is inevitable that he may need to attend conferences, job searches and events that can improve his career choices. The University's Lecture Capture system therefore helps students like Samuel who need the flexibility to keep up with their studies and research whilst at the same time extending their portfolios and networking with future employers. You may also be interested in listening to Antonio Martinez-Arboleda, Principle Teaching Fellow in Spanish, talk about his own experience of using Lecture Capture to support student learning. Many thanks to the students in this video who have volunteered their time to talk about the benefits of Lecture Capture and to Leeds Media Service for filming and editing the videos for this project. For more information on Lecture Capture and Multimedia Management please visit the various web resources attached to this recording which you can find by clicking on the 'i' bottom right hand corner of the screen.
Mrs Beth Ann Snowden, Supporting the Digital Strategy of Taught Student Education
11/12/2015 12:21:18 PM
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Benefits of Lecture Capture: Rozalyn Yorke
Lecture Capture is extensively used to support learners here at the University of Leeds. As part of the Digital Strategy for Student Education Lecture Capture has been developed as "part of a suite of digital technologies and services, which support learning, inspire students to reach their full potential and enhance the student experience". Rozalyn Yorke is studying a BSc in Medical Sciences and finds lecture capture extremely useful when writing up her notes. Listen to Rozalyn provide feedback on the benefits of lecture capture. For more information on Lecture Capture and Multimedia Management please visit the various web resources attached to this recording which you can find by clicking on the i bottom right hand corner of the screen.
Rozalyn Yorke, BSc Medical Sciences Student
11/6/2015 11:47:38 AM
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Benefits of Lecture Capture: Samuel Ross
Lecture Capture is extensively used to support learners here at the University of Leeds. As part of the Digital Strategy for Student Education Lecture Capture has been developed as "part of a suite of digital technologies and services, which support learning, inspire students to reach their full potential and enhance the student experience". Samuel Ross is studying in the School of Biology. He has found it extremely useful to have access to missed lectures. As a final year student Samuel is thinking of his future career plans and it is inevitable that he may need to attend conferences, job searches and events that can improve his career choices. The University's Lecture Capture system therefore helps students like Samuel who need the flexibility to keep up with their studies and research whilst at the same time extending their portfolios. For more information on Lecture Capture and Multimedia Management please visit the various web resources attached to this recording which you can find by clicking on the 'i' bottom right hand corner of the screen.
Samuel Ross, School of Biology
10/21/2015 11:29:16 AM
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Change the Thumbnail Image of Digital Content in Mediasite
This tutorial explains how you can easily change the thumbnail image associated with your digital content. This helps you and your users identify the nature of the content more easily. Occasionally when using scheduled capture or ad-hoc capture the first image may appear as a "black screen" with the words "no signal" showing. Please DO change this especially if your content is going to be made more publicly available such as on VideoLeeds or the University of Leeds YouTube Channel. 1. If you have used a PowerPoint presentation during your recording then you can simply select the "Edit Slides" option in mediasite, choose the slide you want as your thumbnail image and click onto save. 2. If your digital content does not have slides recorded in this way (for example you have created a podcast or uploaded digital media via a mobile or desktop capture) then you can simply go to the "Edit" tab and then "Delivery", browse your computer and choose a relevant image and select save.
Mrs Beth Ann Snowden, Supporting the Digital Strategy of Taught Student Education
2/2/2016 9:26:06 AM
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City animation
Sample animation of a cityscape.
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2/4/2016 12:29:15 PM
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Cityscape
Demo of parallax video effects
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2/3/2016 4:18:41 PM
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Data Protection and Research Version 2_2/26/2018
A video of the workshop on data protection and research which is compliant with the new General Data Protection Regulation of May 2018
Adrian Slater, University's Data Protection Officer
2/26/2018 9:55:17 AM
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Digital Dates: Create Digital Content with Personal Capture
This short presentation is for staff and students who are attending the Digital Dates workshop in March 2016. It aims to provide a general overview of Personal Capture which participants can watch BEFORE attending this Digital Dates event. This gives us more time to focus on the technology in the short 30 minutes available. Facilitators will also have more time to answer participants' questions. This is therefore an example of a flipped learning activity. Please remember to click on the i bottom right hand corner of this screen to view more resources related to this content if you wish to research further or look at more detailed online tutorials on how to record, review, edit and publish digital content using Personal Capture. To contribute to the Padlet Wall visit the site and simply double click anywhere on the wall to post your response.
OD&PL and IT
2/29/2016 3:32:51 PM
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Dr Megan Kime: Blackboard Collaborate Case Study
Please click on the 'i' for further information, bottom right hand corner of the video if you are watching this on VideoLeeds. Blackboard Collaborate is an Online Synchronous Learning Environment used to host online events. It is available to all University staff and students. It includes audio, video, text chat, an interactive whiteboard, PowerPoint display, application sharing, breakout rooms, polling and session recording. Dr Megan Kime, Director of Student Education of the Inter-Disciplinary Ethics Applied Centre, has been using Blackboard Collaborate with students on online programmes and campus courses. She has conducted virtual open days, student-staff forums and research seminars online. Listen to her story as she answers the questions below: 1. How have you been using Blackboard Collaborate? 2. Why did you decide to deliver these events online? 3. What benefits have you seen so far? 4. What tips do you have for colleagues using Blackboard Collaborate? 5. Have your students connected via their mobiles?
Dr Megan Kime, Director of Student Education, Inter-Disciplinary Ethics Applied Centre
9/15/2016 8:56:46 AM
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Dr Michael Backhouse: Developing Online Synchronous Learning Environments
Please click on the 'i' for further information, bottom right hand corner of the video if you are watching this on VideoLeeds. Blackboard Collaborate is an Online Synchronous Learning Environment used to host online events. It is available to all University staff and students. It includes audio, video, text chat, an interactive whiteboard, PowerPoint display, application sharing, breakout rooms, polling and session recording. Dr Michael Backhouse, Senior Research Fellow, has been hosting online events to deliver site initiations and quarterly meeting with a European Study Group. Although Michael was using Adobe Connect rather than Blackboard Collaborate for delivering these online events the functionality and application of both platforms are similar. Listen to Michael's story in relation to his research and his responses to the questions below: 1. Please describe how you have used Online Synchronous Learning Environments? 2. Why did you decide to deliver these sessions online? 3. What type of feedback did you get from those involved in the online events? 4. What would be your top tips when delivering these kind of online events? 5. What are you future plans for the technology?
Dr Michael Backhouse, Senior Research Fellow
9/15/2016 9:01:25 AM
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Enduring Inequalities and New Agendas for Widening Participation in Higher Education: Student Access, Mobilities and 'Success'
On 27 July 2016, the University of Leeds hosted a one-day conference, bringing together practitioners, researchers and students to discuss current research and practice concerned with addressing inequalities in access and progression to Higher Education.
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9/7/2016 9:27:05 AM
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Explore VideoLeeds
This tutorial is an introduction to VideoLeeds. VideoLeeds is the new media management channel in which staff can publish multimedia resources for teaching, learning, research and marketing. All University users can publish content directly from mediasite to VideoLeeds. Content in VideoLeeds is either available to everyone publicly or to logged in users only. This means that some content is only visible to University staff and students. University members can log into VideoLeeds with their university usernames and passwords to preview all content.
Mrs Beth Ann Snowden, Supporting the Digital Strategy of Taught Student Education
5/27/2015 10:59:55 AM
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External Publishing: University of Leeds YouTube Channel
Staff and students can request to have their digital content published to the University of Leeds YouTube Channel. This is done via Mediasite, the University's Lecture Capture and Media Management system. The University Communications Team authorise the publication of the content and you are then notified by email. Please click on the i bottom right hand corner of the media player to view all the support resources associated with this tutorial including; - Changing Landscapes Website - IT Website - Mediasite Publishing to YouTube guidelines. Please remember that you must first have your content already published to VideoLeeds and there are support guides and a tutorial on how to do this. There are over 20 playlists in the University of Leeds YouTube Channel and if you want your digital content to automatically upload to a particular playlist then please use the following tags: Alumni = leeds alumni Arts = leeds arts Business = leeds business Careers = leeds careers Communications and media = leeds communications Education = leeds education Engineering = leeds engineering Environment = leeds environment Guest lectures and special events = leeds lectures Health and medicine = leeds health History and politics = leeds history International = leeds international Language = leeds language Law = leeds law Life at Leeds = leeds life Philosophy and religion = leeds philosophy Research and innovation = leeds research Resources and support = leeds resources Science and mathematics = leeds science Studying at Leeds = leeds study For more information about this resource contact b.snowden@leeds.ac.uk or for technical assistance contact the itservicedesk@leeds.ac.uk.
SDDU & IT
5/17/2016 7:38:07 AM
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Frances Noble: Blackboard Collaborate Case Study
Please click on the 'i' for further information, bottom right hand corner of the video if you are watching this on VideoLeeds. Blackboard Collaborate is an Online Synchronous Learning Environment used to host online events. It is available to all University staff and students. It includes audio, video, text chat, an interactive whiteboard, PowerPoint display, application sharing, breakout rooms, polling and session recording. Frances Noble, Marketing Assistant of the Confucius Institute at the University of Leeds, has been exploring the potential uses of Blackboard Collaborate to support students. Listen to her story as she answers the questions below: 1. How have you been using Blackboard Collaborate? 2. Why did you decide to incorporate this type of blended learning? 3. What benefits have you seen so far? 4. What key lessons have you learned when delivering online events? 5. What are you future plans?
Frances Noble, Administrator, The Business Confucius Institute at the University of Leeds
9/15/2016 1:57:23 PM
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Golden Rules of IT Security
A quick overview of the Golden Rules of IT Security. More information can be found here: http://it.leeds.ac.uk/info/117/guides_and_other_documents/262/ten_golden_rules If you have any questions, please contact the IT Service Desk. Email: itservicedesk@leeds.ac.uk Phone: 0113 343 3333 Twitter: @ITServicesUOL
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4/4/2016 9:26:10 AM
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Hardware and Software for Lecture Capture in the Teaching Spaces
Do you know about the 3 blue lights on the Vaddio microphone? Are you wanting to use the visualiser and include it in your lecture capture recording? Why not visit this short online tutorial which sets out to identify some of the equipment you may need to use in the lecture theatres. There are over 250 teaching spaces equipped with lecture capture. Audio / visual capabilities depend on the type of room you are teaching in. You can find more information about this by visiting the time-tabling websites. Remember to visit the Facilities Support Services website if you have any more questions about the hardware in the teaching spaces. Use this resource to help you use the equipment confidently and record an Ad-hoc Lecture. Academic staff may wish to attend training on using ad-hoc capture and for more information visit the websites associated with this recording. For queries about the content of this video tutorial please contact Beth Snowden in SDDU at b.snowden@leeds.ac.uk.
Beth Snowden Academic Staff Development Officer perbs1@leeds.ac.uk
2/27/2015 1:38:17 PM
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How to make scheduled recordings available in the VLE
This is a tutorial for staff and Research Postgraduates on how to make scheduled lecture capture recordings viewable in the VLE. In order for scheduled lecture capture recordings to take place, information needs to be programmed into the timetabling database. As well as the usual room booking information, recordings need to have at least one module code associated and will need to be assigned to you as the lecturer. Recordings take place automatically and start 2 minutes after the booked start time and end 2 minutes before the booked end time. Once you have finished your teaching session, your recording will be uploaded to the system and processed within 8 hours. You will then be sent an email saying your recording is available. Schedule recordings will automatically be set to Private. To approve your recording and allow students and other staff on the module to view it, select the dropdown labelled Private and change it to Viewable.
Jim Bird, Lecture Capture and Media Management Support Specialist
4/30/2015 12:26:12 PM
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Introduction to Lecture Capture and Media Management 2017
This is short introduction to Lecture Capture and Media Management at the University of Leeds. It is most relevant for new staff to the University who wish to understand the concept of lecture capture; the four different types of recording; reviewing; editing; publishing and sharing content. The recording has been updated in Spring 2017 to reflect the changes in auto-publishing and external publishing. If you don't know the differences between scheduled capture, ad-hoc capture, personal capture and mobile capture then this will be useful for you to watch. Throughout the recording we recommend you select the i bottom right hand corner of the media player. This will give you a list of web resources that you can visit to support you in your exploration of Lecture Capture and Media Management. These resources are referred to in the recording. If you would like this resource in a different format or if you have any further queries or comments on this recording please contact Beth Snowden in Organisational Development and Professional Learning at the University of Leeds. For technical support or advice on all aspects of lecture capture and media management email itservicedesk@leeds.ac.uk
Beth Snowden Academic Staff Development Officer perbs1@leeds.ac.uk
3/21/2017 10:28:53 AM
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Introduction to Single Sign On
This is a quick introduction to Single Sign On (SSO) at the University of Leeds. Single Sign On means that you can sign in once and then access all of your University systems without needing to log in again.
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10/31/2017 4:53:43 PM
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Introduction to the IT Service Desk
A brief overview of what we aim do at the IT Service Desk, and our entry into the Best Small Service Desk award 2015. During Term Time, we're open 8am-9pm on weekdays and 12pm-5pm on weekends. We can be contacted by phone on 0113 343 3333, by email at: itservicedesk@leeds,ac.uk, by Twitter @ITServicesUOL or in person (E C Stoner, Level 10, Red Route)
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1/25/2016 3:25:51 PM
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Introduction to the Leeds for Life website
A short overview of the key functionality provided by the Leeds for Life website. Visit http://leedsforlife.leeds.ac.uk
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9/22/2016 2:28:59 PM
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IT Phase 2 - June 2017 Update
A video update from Jim and members of the IT Exec to all IT Staff regarding the Phase 2 organisation redesign. There's lots more information on the IT Intranet (this is only available to current IT Staff): https://workspace.leeds.ac.uk/sites/ITintranet/SitePages/Where%20we%20are%20going.aspx Please direct any feedback or questions to: ITOrganisation@leeds.ac.uk
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6/5/2017 12:34:38 PM
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Leeds Curriculum: Using Personal Capture to flip learning
This is an example of a flipped learning activity. I have used Personal Capture to create an online activity to prepare participants for the workshop on Using Personal Capture for Flipped Learning. Please remember that you can find all resources referred to in this teaching resource by clicking on the i bottom right hand corner of the screen. Activities include researching the concept of Flipped Learning via the Scoop-it link and contributing our own ideas to the community Padlet Wall. Ensure you have access to a PowerPoint presentation for training purposes and you have an online resource in mind to talk over so this can be recorded. Any questions about this resource please contact Beth Snowden in SDDU.
Mrs Beth Ann Snowden, Supporting the Digital Strategy of Taught Student Education
12/2/2015 11:23:40 AM
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LITE Masterclass: Gen. Y is so last millennium. Here comes Gen. Z by Professor Huxley-Binns
A short podcast introducing the Leeds Institute of Teaching Excellence Masterclass: Gen. Y is so last millennium. Here comes Gen. Z by Professor Rebecca Huxley-Binns. The challenges and opportunities universities face in how they engage with the next generation of students is the focus of this LITE Masterclass. Rebecca Huxley-Binns, who is professor of Legal Education and Vice-Provost, Academic Enhancement, at the University of Law, lead the seminar at the University of Leeds. Generation Z, as they have been coined, consist of those born in 1995 or later. A “Millennial”, or Generation Y, is a person reaching young adulthood around the year 2000. Professor Huxley-Binns says: "I am not convinced universities have adapted to the challenges and opportunities that teaching Gen. Y brought us, and even if we adapt now, it will be too late. Gen. Z are biting at Gen. Y’s heels to enter higher education (HE) and start their careers." So, what can we expect of Gen. Z? What expectations do Gen. Z’s have of HE and how are we going to adapt to the challenges of the future? Follow Professor Becky Huxley-Binns on Twitter - @BexHuxBinns
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5/14/2018 2:07:44 PM
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Make The Most of IT
Some of the things we want staff and students to take advantage of from IT at the University. Find out more at: http://it.leeds.ac.uk There's also the IT Inductions available at: http://itinductions.leeds.ac.uk IT Service Desk Contact Details: Phone us: 0113 343 3333 Email us: itservicedesk@leeds.ac.uk Tweet us: @ITServicesUOL Find us in person: E C Stoner Building, Level 10 (Red Route)
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7/11/2016 1:10:00 PM
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Making a complaint with Unipol
Thinking about making a complaint about your landlord or agent? Megan, Unipol's Complaints Investigator, explains how Unipol might be able to help.
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10/26/2017 9:51:44 AM
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Market Research for Academics
Philippa Bevan from Accelerate Associates presents on Market Research for academic research and how it can be used to define your USP. More than a literature review!
University of Leeds
6/27/2017 10:15:37 AM
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Publishing Digital Content to the University of Leeds iTunes U Channel
University members can use the Lecture Capture and Media Management system to request digital content to be uploaded to iTunes U. This request is done via Mediasite by selecting the "External Publishing" tab of the content you want to publish. Once you have made your request you will receive TWO emails notifiying you of progress. The Digital Learning Team check the content against copyright and other legal considerations. If there are any improvements that need to be made to the content you will be notified. You cannot "unpublish" content from mediasite. To do this please email iTunesU@leeds.ac.uk Please remember to select the "i" bottom right hand corner of this media player to view all the web resources referred to in this tutorial. If you would like further support on publishing content to iTunes U contact the itservicedesk@leeds.ac.uk. For any comments on this tutorial contact Beth Snowden in Organisational Development and Professional Learning
Mrs Beth Ann Snowden
4/5/2017 12:33:41 PM
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Publishing to VideoLeeds 2016
This tutorial explain how staff and students from the University of Leeds can publish to the multimedia platform VideoLeeds. For more information on how to publish to these channels visit the University of Leeds Communications website at: http://comms.leeds.ac.uk/ If you wish to find more information about VideoLeeds and media management in general please click on to the i for information bottom right hand corner of the screen. What type of content can I publish to VideoLeeds? We encourage the publication of learning, teaching or research content aimed at supporting and enhancing the educational experience. Examples might include: Copies or excerpts from timetabled lectures appropriate for a wider audience; Research proposals or dissemination of research; Public events and guest speakers; Footage of visiting academics aimed at a general audience (please ensure all visiting academics have consented to the recording being publicly available and this has been agreed in writing); Course trailers; Promotional videos for forthcoming University of Leeds and FutureLearn courses; Practical demonstrations; Videos outlining lab techniques or unique examples of technology; Animations to illustrate key concepts; Specifically commissioned videos to explain concepts in a visual manner e.g. gravitational fields; Live performances; Excerpts of plays, musical compositions and other performance pieces (subject to licensing); Student produced content; "How-to" support guides; Presentations, interviews or end of degree shows. Please note you cannot publish to the following channels: - Guest Lectures and Special Events - International - Resources and Support - Studying at Leeds
Mrs Beth Snowden, Academic Staff Developer (Technology), Organisational Development and Professional Learning
9/8/2016 8:13:32 AM
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Rebecca Dearden: Blackboard Collaborate Case Study
Please click on the 'i' for further information, bottom right hand corner of the video if you are watching this on VideoLeeds. Blackboard Collaborate is an Online Synchronous Learning Environment used to host online events. It is available to all University staff and students. It includes audio, video, text chat, an interactive whiteboard, PowerPoint display, application sharing, breakout rooms, polling and session recording. Rebecca Dearden, Senior Academic Developer, of the Staff and Departmental Development Unit, has been using Blackboard Collaborate to host meetings; assignment clinics; briefing sessions and Frequently Asked Questions sessions in line with the vision of the unit to offer more flexible provision. In particular she has held online consultations to support academic colleagues on credit bearing programmes. Listen to her story as she answers the questions below: 1. How have you used Online Synchronous Learning Environments? 2. Why did you decide to deliver these sessions online? 3. What benefits have you seen so far? 4. What would be your top tips when delivering or facilitating online events? 5. What are you future plans?
Rebecca Dearden, Senior Academic Staff Development Officer within SDDU
9/15/2016 8:54:16 AM
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Reflections from a successful Academic - Industry Collaboration
Richard Hall from Pd-m and Pete Culmer from UoL present on how successful collaborations with academia and industry can lead to developing research and receiving funding (NIHR-i4i)
University of Leeds
6/27/2017 12:16:25 PM
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School of Dentistry: Rethinking Lectures in Redesigned Learning Spaces
How are lecturers adapting their teaching practice when using the redesigned lecture theatres? What is the response so far from students? Experienced lecturers from the School of Dentistry share their stories.This is an edit from a presentation delivered at the University of Leeds SEC/Digifest 2017 Conference. School of Dentistry : Paul Franklin, Paul Affleck Three lecture theatres were redesigned in the summer of 2016 to provide enhanced teaching and learning opportunities for staff and students. Roger Stevens Lecture Theatre 8, Mechanical Engineering Lecture Theatre B and Worsley Dental Lecture Theatre have been redesigned with the latest in digital technology, seating, sound and lighting to improve collaborative and technologically enabled experiences for staff and students alike. It is anticipated that the majority of students will enjoy attending more interactive lectures in these redesigned learning environments but what benefits are they really experiencing and how do we know? What have been the initial responses by students? What have been the challenges for lecturers and students and what solutions have been put in place to overcome these?
University of Leeds
1/6/2017 11:50:00 AM
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School of Music: Rethinking Lectures in Redesigned Learning Spaces
How are lecturers adapting their teaching practice when using the redesigned lecture theatres? What is the response so far from students? Experienced lecturers from the School of Music share their stories. This is an edit from a presentation delivered at the University of Leeds SEC/Digifest 2017 Conference. Presenters from the School of Music: Dr Karen Burland, Dr David Ireland Three traditional-tiered lecture theatres were redesigned in the summer of 2016 to provide enhanced teaching and learning opportunities for staff and students. Roger Stevens Lecture Theatre 8, Mechanical Engineering Lecture Theatre B and Worsley Dental Lecture Theatre have been reconfigured with the latest in digital technology, seating, sound and lighting to improve collaboration and promote active learning. It is anticipated that the majority of students will enjoy attending more interactive lectures in these redesigned learning environments but what benefits are they really experiencing and how do we know? What have been the initial responses by students in the last few months? What have been the challenges for lecturers and students and what solutions have been put in place to overcome these?
University of Leeds
1/6/2017 11:50:00 AM
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Sharing multimedia content with individuals
This tutorial is for any user at the University of Leeds who wishes to "share" their multimedia content to another individual, or group of individuals from within the University or to non-University members. All content originally resides in Mediasite and from here users can choose to publish to individuals or to various channels. The process is the same regardless of the type of content you are using. You will need to visit the "Security" settings of each resource to allow other users to view your content. If you prefer your content to be more publicly available or to ALL users (staff and students) at the University of Leeds then you can publish your content to VideoLeeds, the University's new multimedia channel. Please look out for other tutorials in this series to find our more information about managing your multimedia content.
Mrs Beth Ann Snowden, Supporting the Digital Strategy of Taught Student Education
8/3/2015 2:36:13 PM
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Student perspective of inclusive learning (subtitled)
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12/20/2016 3:28:19 PM
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Students: Staying healthy and safe at the University of Leeds
The University of Leeds is at the top of the Russell Group in terms of its health and safety performance. Watch this short video to find out how we can work together to keep Leeds a happy, healthy and safe University, providing an exceptional experience for all our students.\n\nWant to know more? Go to http://www.leeds.ac.uk/safety
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1/16/2015 11:59:17 AM
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Supporting your child through the application process
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5/15/2018 10:53:12 AM
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The Unipol Code
Megan, Unipol's Code Complaints Investigator, explains what the Code is, and how it can help students in Leeds and Bradford with their accommodation.
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10/26/2017 9:02:26 AM
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UniForum activity survey briefing session
Finance Director Jane Madeley introduces a practical session for University of Leeds staff.
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7/17/2015 2:26:12 PM
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United Nations/DfID talks November 2016
Talk to make students aware the possibilities of working for the above employers and the skills they need to develop when applying for them.
University of Leeds
11/17/2016 5:00:00 PM
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Upload Audio-Video Content to Mediasite
This tutorial is for all staff within the University who wish to create and upload multimedia content to share with others. Students may also benefit from this tutorial. Mediasite is the multimedia management platform for the University of Leeds. Scheduled captures, ad-hoc captures and personal captures are automatically stored in mediasite for review, edit and approval. You can easily upload any other multimedia content into Mediasite so you can share with students, supervisors, colleagues, peers and members of the public. Upload any Flash, QuickTime, AVI, Windows Media or MPEG-4 video recorded with other devices that is less than 2 Gigabytes in size. Mediasite does all the hard work encoding the content so that a good quality resource can be viewed in the browser window. Learn more at https://mymedia.leeds.ac.uk
Beth Snowden Academic Staff Development Officer perbs1@leeds.ac.uk
7/3/2015 11:24:12 AM
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Upload mobile content to Mediasite
This 2 minute tutorial explores how you can upload video content taken on an iPad directly into Mediasite. The process is similar no matter which smartphone or internet connected device you are using. Be aware that the longer your video the longer it will take to upload and ensure you are working in an environment with good wifi. Please remember to add the metadata (further information) to your content using a PC or laptop as this is problematic when using a mobile device. Ensure you add a title, description, tags (keywords), presenter information and most importantly make your content "viewable" and share with an external audience or publish to a module within the VLE.
Beth Snowden Academic Staff Development Officer perbs1@leeds.ac.uk
5/27/2015 11:21:25 AM
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Using Ad-hoc Lecture Capture
This tutorial is for academic teaching staff and Postgraduate researchers with teaching contracts who may wish to use the Ad-hoc Lecture Capture system to record lectures and teaching events here at the University of Leeds. Whether you are teaching in a large lecture theatre with full audio-visual capabilities or you are in a smaller seminar room there are over 250 teaching spaces equipped with Lecture Capture facilities. You can find out more details about each teaching space by visiting the Central Teaching Space Support Website. Click on the "i" for information at the bottom right of this resource for more information.
Mrs Beth Ann Snowden, Supporting the Digital Strategy of Taught Student Education
8/3/2015 10:16:43 AM
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Vice-Chancellor's presentation to IT staff
University of Leeds
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View and Play Lecture Capture Recordings
This is a tutorial for staff and students who have never accessed or viewed a lecture capture recording using the mediasite browser within the VLE. Are you aware that you can search for specific recordings by title or list them in a particular order? Do you know that there is an Optical Character Recognition (OCR) feature within mediasite that allows you to search for keywords within a presentation so that you can skip to relevant parts of a recording? This is a short presentation informing you how to find, view, play, search and navigate around all the recordings available to you within with the VLE.
Mrs Beth Ann Snowden, Supporting the Digital Strategy of Taught Student Education
3/31/2015 11:44:55 AM
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