Downloading lectures in LCS (Lecture Capture System)

How do I download my lectures?

Answer ID 1448 | Last updated on 20/01/2023 04.44 PM

Many units use UWA's Lecture Capture System (LCS). If a lecture is not being recorded the lecturer must let students know in advance. If LCS is being used, you can access the recordings through a link on the LMS via the box Lecture Recordings, also called LCS (Lecture Capture System). Recordings are capture, processed and usually ready within 24 hours. You will need to login in with your Pheme credentials first.

Each unit coordinator can decide where to post the LCS link in LMS. For example, they typically place it in the left-hand navigation menu for the unit, or they might include it in another content folder. If your unit is using LCS but you can't find the link, ask your tutor or unit coordinator for help.  

To download a recording, on the ECHO360 page, use the Download link for a lecture. This can be found by selecting the green button on the right of recording and selecting Download original.  

All lectures in recording-enabled teaching spaces at all of the University campuses are recorded and all lecture recordings for the teaching period of a unit are continuously available and downloadable through the University’s Learning Management System (LMS) for students enrolled in the unit, until the end of the Supplementary and Deferred Examinations period for that particular unit. If the lecture recording is not downloadable contact your Unit Co-ordinator as copyright issues may be the reason.  

For student IT Support contact the University Library or Email Us to submit an enquiry.

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