An article about research carried out on lecture capture has just been published by Eleanor J. Dommett from King’s College London and her colleagues. This research focuses on the practice of opting in and opting out of lecture capture and compares survey data on the attitudes to each by both students and staff. Interestingly enough, students preferred the practice of opt-out while staff wanted opt in. This research took place at a large U.K. university, which offers full-time undergraduate and full- or part-time taught postgraduate programmes, all of which include lecture-based teaching and use lecture capture. One of the key outcomes is the extent to which this research points to the need for more consultation when introducing lecture capture. Here is the full article.