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Category: video

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New Engage interface in large lecture theatres

January 13th, 2020 at 01:01

The lecture recording software in large lecture theatres has been updated to Universal Capture, so that all rooms on campus have now changed to use the same interface. Other rooms were updated in Semester One. We recommend that before you begin teaching, check out the room and become familiar with the interface, and/or access the [...]

Engage (Echo360) training in November

November 11th, 2019 at 09:11

Information Services are currently offering some training sessions via Central Short Courses to give you the opportunity to learn more about using Engage. These will take place: Wednesday 13 November 2019, 1-2.30pm, A06 Medical School, Queens Medical Centre Wednesday 20 November 2019, 1-2.30pm, A3 Law & Social Sciences Building, University Park Campus Please go to [...]

Notes & Queries 1: Trimming a video in MediaSpace

May 14th, 2018 at 09:05

This is one in a series of answers to questions we’ve been sent. The answers are included here in case they are of use to anyone else. Today’s question: How do I trim a video in MediaSpace using the MediaSpace tools? Here’s how: first press the ‘Launch Editor’ button on the right hand side. This [...]

MediaSpace video issues in Chrome

May 10th, 2018 at 09:05

If you have the latest version of Chrome (Chrome version 66 or higher) you may find you are unable to play video in Moodle (and anywhere else it’s embedded) from MediaSpace.  This is due to a change Google made to their browser and the way it handles secure certificates. If you are using Google Chrome [...]

Echo360 – replacing block with link in Moodle

October 27th, 2016 at 09:10

There has recently been a change to the way staff and students access lecture capture recordings from the Echo360 system through Moodle.    Previously, a block could be added to the left or right column of a module’s Moodle page which linked to all lecture and other recordings for the module. It’s still possible to link [...]

Google+ Hangouts on Air move to YouTube Live

August 18th, 2016 at 10:08

Google has announced a big change to Hangouts on Air: Hangouts On Air moving from Google+ to YouTube Live Many online courses such as MOOCs, as well as meetings and collaborations use this tool, so it’s worth looking at the changes. Hangouts On Air will move from Google+ to YouTube Live on September 12 and [...]

Assessing students with video #2: two-minute video pitch

June 28th, 2016 at 09:06

In the second in our series on assessing students using video, Jackie Andrews reports on using a two-minute video presentation exercise as part of the assessment for a Nottingham Advantage Award module, Enactus Nottingham.  As part of this, students work on social enterprises, building and running projects and businesses. They put a lot of work [...]

Assessing students with video #1: video presentation on a topic

June 21st, 2016 at 09:06

Increasingly, lecturers are asking students to upload video as part of their module or course assessment. There are many ways to submit video, including uploading to YouTube and submitting a URL, and adding a video to a shared drive. At the University of Nottingham one of the options available for assessment in Moodle allows students [...]

Can I upload materials to Moodle without breaching copyright?

June 8th, 2016 at 09:06

If the material you’re uploading was written by you, or you have permission from the copyright holder, then you can freely upload material to Moodle or use it in lectures and presentations.  With the usual disclaimer about us not being lawyers, there are some common sense approaches to take when considering copyright in preparing materials [...]

Video team wins Learning on Screen Award

April 29th, 2016 at 02:04

Congratulations to Learning Technology’s Video Production team for their success in 2016’s Learning on Screen Awards. The team have scooped this prestigious award for the film From the ‘Just War’ to the Unjust Peace which was produced as part of a suite of films made for the FutureLearn MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) Propaganda and [...]