King's College London uses the Echo 360 platform to record lectures, and this has been shown in the literature as a useful resource for students, and can be used to:
- Provide a study aid for revision; used to review difficult sections, improve the quality of notes and allow for more independent study.
- Help accommodate different approaches to learning;
- Assist students who do not have English as their first language or who have a particular educational need; and
- In turn this improves satisfaction with their programme.
King's College London operates an opt out policy for Lecture Capture and Recording Other Educational Activities.
Pedagogical support is provided by CTEL, technical support is provided by AV.
Visit the KEATS Lecture Capture courses for guidance on the pedagogically appropriate use of tools, detailed how-to information and relevant case studies.