Podcast: Supporting the student learning experience with Lecture Recording

Welcome to podcast episodes 10 and 11: What is the value of lecture recording? 

The Teaching Matters podcast accompanies and complements the Teaching Matters blog, adding another space for students and staff to have conversations and debates around learning and teaching at the University of Edinburgh. Students and staff are invited to engage in topical conversations, which are recorded and edited as podcast episodes. Episodes 6 to 11 align with the Lecture Recording mini-series, which Teaching Matters ran between October and December 2018. This series was co-edited by members of the Lecture Recording Programme, and was designed to provide a snapshot of lecture recording at Edinburgh, and present a range of perspectives and experiences.

Episodes 10 and 11 follow on from the conversations about the value, implementation and practicalities of lecturing recording, which are discussed in episodes 6 (Implementation of lecture recording), 7 (Practicalities of lecture recording), 8 (Using lecture recording and evaluation so far), and 9 (The value and impact of lecture recording).

In these next episodes, Dr Jill Mackay (a Research Fellow in Veterinary Education, and principal investigator on the lecture recording evaluation ) returns as our guest host. She is joined by Diva Mukherji (2018/19 Vice President Education, Edinburgh University Students’ Association), and you can listen to their conversations in the following two short episodes:

  • Episode 10: Building a learning community

  • Episode 11: Lecture recording to support learning

Teaching Matters podcast credits:

Guest host: Dr Jill Mackay (R(D)SVS)
Director and Editor: Jenny Scoles and Sarah Thomas (Institute for Academic Development)
Advisor: Lorraine Spalding (Learning, Teaching and Web, IS)
Producer: University of Edinburgh’s Communication and Marketing Media team.

Jill MacKay

Jill MacKay is a Research Fellow in Veterinary Education with an interest in digital education, the staff-student relationship, human-animal interactions, and interdisciplinary research methods. She teaches on several R(D)SVS MScs and the Global Academy of Agriculture and Food Security BScs. You can find her on Twitter @jilly_mackay

Diva Mukherji

Diva Mukherji is the current Vice President Education at Edinburgh University Students’ Association. She studied Sociology and Social Anthropology at the University, and held the position of Black and Minority Ethnic Officer in 2017/18.

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