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All lectures held in major lecture theatres are automatically recorded and published to FLO, so you do not need to take any action.
If you want to record other activities (eg seminars, workshops), please see Can I record tutorials, workshops, seminars and other activities?
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Video recordings or a lecture are good practice for flexibility (off campus option), checking understanding (viewing is unlimited), different learning needs (particularly for international students who may need to slow down the oral input), and reinforcing learning. They are also useful for flipped classroom learning – students can use the lecture recording to extend or deepen their learning, and prepare for the next lecture or workshop.

The lecture tool is used to display lecture recordings to students. All lectures held in major lecture theatres are automatically recorded and published to FLO. Other activities (eg seminars, workshops) can be recorded by request. A booking form is located in you FLO site. Look on the right-hand side for the 'Lecture Recordings' block (visible to staff only). 

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