In lecture halls equipped with the automatic recording system Opencast, you can record lectures and make them available on the learning platforms. You record your lecture with the established recording technology in an empty lecture hall. Since the available recording capacities are limited, the deans’ offices and the Prorector’s Office for Studies and Teaching have drawn up a list of prioritised recordings. The Center for Media-Enhanced Learning and Teaching coordinates the implementation. Recordings have already begun.
You can also record learning content independently outside the lecture halls. Here you will find an overview of suitable recording programs and recommendations for settings that meet both the quality and the currently limited resources. You can provide your students with video recordings on the learning platforms recorded independently in your office or at home.