End of the consultation period

Friday 18th May was the last day of the consultation period for the draft policy for captured content. Since the consultation and proposal were launched at the Directors of Learning and Teaching (DLT) Forum on 7th March, we have had responses from across the University and would like to thank all of those who have […]

Further FAQs

1. What happens to the responses sent to ccc@surrey.ac.uk? All responses are read by members of TEL and the Chair of the Captured Content Steering Board. Responses are being used to identify aspects of the draft policy that require revision. Examples of changes that will be proposed include clarifying the definition of captured content and […]

Captured Content Town Hall Meeting

Many thanks to everyone who joined us for the Town Hall Meeting on 1 May 2018, and to Jane Powell (Vice-Provost for Education and Students) and Alex Harden (VP Voice) for opening the meeting, and to Rhona Sharpe and Roger Rees from TEL for taking part in the discussion. The main themes which were covered […]

Frequently asked questions

1. What does ‘captured content’ mean? Is it another name for lecture capture? Captured content is not another name for lecture capture, it is a term designed to give academic colleagues greater flexibility in thinking purposefully about the types of digital content they would like to make available. Captured content includes recordings of live teaching […]

Support available during the consultation

Most responses to the consultation so far have focused on the recording of live teaching and a number highlight concerns that colleagues have about this. Across the university colleagues are working with relevant groups / committees and the Student Union to address these. Considerable progress has been made and this will be discussed at the […]

Initial responses to consultation

Ten colleagues have responded so far and we have provided information below to address the comments and questions that have immediate answers. Some other areas, with legal or regulatory implications, are being considered by the relevant colleagues and groups / committees. We will provide further updates as the consultation progresses. Initial responses will also be discussed […]