Once you have finished your teaching session with Lecture Capture, you can check and edit the recording.
If you haven't already connected your recordings to your Moodle module, set up the link. See Connect Lecture Capture to Moodle.
Once your recording has been live for a few weeks, you can use the analytics to check how students are engaging with Lecture Capture (see monitoring student engagement page of this guide).
If a lecture is cancelled or rescheduled and the Echo schedule was not updated, you have a recording of an empty room or potentially a meeting/conversation if someone has gone into the empty room to use it.
You will need to make the recording unavailable immediately after the scheduled lecture and you can log a request on IT Self Service Portal for the recording to be deleted.
Any staff member enrolled on the Moodle module can make the recording unavailable.
It is good practice to check your recordings after your teaching session to ensure audio has been captured correctly.
If you have already connected your Lecture Capture recordings to the relevant Moodle module you can quickly access the recordings from Moodle.
IT check the Lecture Capture equipment regularly, but occasionally issues may arise on your recording.
If you notice any issues during the review of your recording with the audio, screen capture or video, please log this via IT Self Service Portal with the room location and your module code. Logging issues early means that IT can resolve them before your next lecture.