Lecture recording in UK Higher Education: results from a survey

Lecture recording is an optional service available in many of the School’s classrooms. However, it’s a topic that sometimes causes concerns among staff about issues relating to copyright and intellectual property. I’ve been interested in this topic for some time and written guidance for staff at LSE about using the service. However, in September Chris Morrison from the University of Kent and I presented the interim findings from the lecture recording survey at the ALT-C conference, which was carried out earlier this year to investigate copyright and IP policies at 33 higher education institutions. The research was carried out to better understand the different universities policies relating to copyright and intellectual property. Some of the issues we explored included: obtaining consent from lecturers, the ownership of the resulting recorded lecture, how third party copyright (such as images or charts) was handled in recorded lectures and the levels of copyright advice and support  available to lecturers.

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