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Help, I’m being recorded

Sofia Dopper (OC Focus) and Ruud van Zijl (MMS) made a publication about getting recorded for lecturers.
The publication can be found in dutch and english here:

url: http://ocw.tudelft.nl/ocw/about-opencourseware/publish-your-opencourseware/manuals/


The publication contains practical and didactic advice for TU Delft lecturers whose lecture is being recorded on video (collegerama). The lecturer will get answers on most questions around ‘being recorded’ like:

  • What does a recorded lecture look like?
  • What are the benefits of recording lectures?
  • Who should I ask if I want my lecture recorded?
  • How does the recording actually take place?
  • Who is responsible for what?
  • Can I still use the lecture hall’s computer or my own laptop?
  • How can I ensure that the recordings are of a high standard?
  • How can I enhance the educational effect of Collegerama recordings?
  • What if something goes wrong during recording?
  • Do I have to take any measures if I want my lecture to be broadcast live?
  • If my lecture is available online, will students still come to lectures?
  • What should I pay attention to if I want to make my Collegerama recordings publicly available?
  • Are there any costs involved?
  • Where can I get support?
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