When teaching with Lecture Capture, you can carry on teaching as you normally would. Lecture Capture is a supplement to your face-to-face teaching and not a replacement.
There are a few simple checks and adjustments that you can make to ensure that your Lecture Capture recording is a useful revision and consolidation resource for your students.
You can control the Lecture Capture camera via the DALI control panel. This means that that you can choose what section of the front of the room will be recorded.
In the DALI+ rooms in Centenary Building, there are ceiling microphones to capture student voice as part of the Echo360 Lecture Capture system. These are to allow academics to record any student interaction and discussion during the lecture. Microphones are placed above the seating in each of the lecture theatres in Centenary Building. This is an enhancement to the standard Lecture Capture as the audio capture will include student discussions. This affords greater inclusivity and engagement for students who are joining a live stream online or for those who were unable to attend the lecture.
Use the Mute button alongside Audience Mic at the bottom right of the Crestron control panel to mute the ceiling microphones prior to and after any discursive activities.