Getting Started

Anyone who would like to use Lecture Capture this semester should follow these three easy steps at least 24 hours prior to teaching:

  1. Contact so that your Panopto access can be configured; and to request training where required.
  2. Check here (LCS_Rooms_0917) to check whether the room you’re going to be teaching in has had the AV equipment for Panopto configured (most main teaching rooms on campus are now configured). If the room isn’t on the list, please contact
  3. Access our support documentation at


From the Proctor

Lecture capture is just one element of a larger strategy to enrich our learning and teaching resources at St Andrews by improving our use of technology. Many colleagues are already engaged in this activity, using video clips, e-fora, blogs, clickers (and their successors), virtual field trips, customised apps, a wide range of software packages, smartboards and all sorts of other tools. However, there is more we can do and I am very keen to make these resources available to a wider range of staff and students. We depend heavily, and quite rightly, on face-to-face teaching, often in small groups or even one-to-one. That is a strong part of our institutional identity, and there is no plan to change it. Lecture capture and other technological instruments are there to support our students, improve our teaching and help us all get the very most we can out of contact in the classroom. The lecture capture pilot has gone very well and has already opened up new ways of teaching as well as providing a welcome extra resource for students. I’d like to encourage as many people as possible to try it out.

Professor Lorna Milne
Vice-Principal (Proctor)

Not Fade Away – Workshops

If you’d like to find out a little more about lecture capture, then why not come along to one of our  “Not Fade Away” workshops over the next few months? You’ll find out how recording can be used in-class and from your desktop – and have the opportunity to get hands-on.

Available dates are:

  • Wed 15 March, 14:00-15:00
  • Wed 22 March, 14:00-15:00
  • Wed 5 April, 14:00-15:00
  • Wed 26 April, 14:00-15:00

All sessions can be booked on PDMS.