Centre for Instructional Technology
Lecture Webcasts (and Podcasts)
- Staff can apply to have lectures / events recorded
- Option to choose webcast (video) and / or podcast (audio)
- Webcast lectures show video of lecture and presentation slides / computer desktop
- Webcast lectures integrated in IVLE
- Webcast public events can be uploaded to NUS on YouTube
Lecture Webcasts and podcasts are ways of ensuring that students are able to attend lectures regardless of circumstances. This is useful for large classes. Students also review lecture webcast to revise lessons. Events can also be webcast so that people who could not attend can still experience the event after it takes place.
Automated and fuss-free
When you send your request, you will be presented with a wide range of choices to suit your requirements. You can choose to webcast, podcast or both. There are various viewing rights to choose from, and webcasts can be shown live or delayed. Once the request has been confirmed, all you have to do is deliver the lecture. CIT will do the rest.
Features and integration
Lecture webcast go beyond showing a video of the lecturer. Presentation slides or the computer's desktop can be shown, enabling lecturers to demonstrate software or display live web pages. Presentation slides in webcasts also come with an index, which allows students to jump to specific points in the lecture. Lecture webcast are published within IVLE for convenience. If you are webcasting a public event, you can choose to publish to NUS on YouTube for greater reach.
By applying for this service, you are declaring that you own all copyright for materials to be displayed or have obtained the necessary copyright clearance for these materials.