||An activity pre-recorded, then posted online. The general assumption is that students will be able to access this activity online, in their own time. It is therefore not usually scheduled and will not appear on the ANU timetable. In rare cases, where schools have specifically requested timetabling, it will appear on the timetable to indicate when the recording may be available from, rather than to indicate real time attendance. Students will need to contact their relevant school/instructors for details on these activities.
||zoom/teams/personal, universal capture
||One way broadcast- students watch online, in own time
||A session delivered online in real time - webinar style or fully interactive. The expectation is for students to be available at the scheduled time. This may or may not be recorded
||Lecturer's discretion eg via zoom
||2 way if via zoom or teams. Limited interactive capacity if echo livestream
|On campus only
||Standard teaching activity on campus. Lectures, Seminars & Lectorials may be recorded via echo360 if in Echo enabled room. Others activities eg tutorials, practicals and workshops are not automatically recorded through echo. Using other recording methods such as zoom/live stream is per lecturer's discretion. Please assume on campus sessions other than lectures, seminars & lectorials will not be recorded unless otherwised advised by school.
||Echo360 for Lectures, Seminars & Lectorials in echo enabled rooms only. - others not automatically recorded
||2 way, on campus, live time
||A teaching activity to accommodate both on campus and online attendance/participation in real time. It may be delivered in a specially allocated classroom (with camera and microphone) to accommodate both on campus and online participation in real time. Students will need to contact their relevant schools/instructors for details on electing to attend online vs on campus. These sessions may or may not be recorded - instructors discretion.
||Zoom, USB Microphone and USB camera if in 'dual delivery equipped room'
||2 way - students participate either on campus or online (may or may not be recorded)