Policy on the Recording of Lectures and other Teaching and Learning Activities

Sets out the University’s policy on the recording of lectures and other group-based learning activities.  Students will find this document useful because it explains which lectures and activities they can expect to be recorded, and the reasons for any exceptions.  It also explains who has access to these recordings and how they can, and cannot, be used.

Undergraduates, Taught postgraduates

Our expectations of you under this policy:

Use this policy to understand which lectures and group-based activities will be recorded and made available to you for future use.  You should consult this policy to make sure that you use the recordings that are made available appropriately and don’t copy or pass them on, other than for legitimate transcription purposes.

Your expectations of us under this policy:

The University will ensure that the recording of group-based teaching and learning activities, such as lectures and tutorials, is carried out as appropriate in suitably-equipped venues, and that students are given access to the recordings.  The University will also ensure that students are aware of the uses to which these recordings can, and cannot, be put.

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Who to contact

Students should contact their Programme or School Office for advice or further information about this policy.