Q. What about student presentations during lectures? Should they be recorded?
A. We strongly encourage students to take advantage of the recording feature as a valuable learning tool. Recordings of student presentations during a lecture timeslot will be available to students who couldn’t attend, just like all other lecture content. Also, students can watch their own presentations as a form of self-evaluation, either as part of formal assessment or as an exercise in professional development. As a lecturer, you should discuss permission for recording with your students.
If students are giving presentations in other classes (i.e. workshops, seminars, or tutorials) you can record them if the teaching space is equipped with the lecture capture system. The system has a manual self recording function that allows for recording outside of scheduled lecture timeslots. See the list of equipped rooms here, and find out more about how to use the manual self-recording here.