Teaching Delivery Types
|Delivery Type||Definition||Recording/Streaming Method||Participation|
Standard teaching activity on campus.
If in an Echo360 enabled room, automated recordings should be available online for students.
For activities not meeting criteria eg tutorials/pracs in non echo enabled rooms, no automated echo recording will be available
Live: on campus
Echo recording may be available after the lecture to cater for online students
|OnLine - Live||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.||
At Lecturer's discretion.
No automated recording available.
Live: online only
No face to face/in person attendance
|OnLine - Prerecorded||
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 scheduled on a Sunday as a default. There are exceptions, when a prerecorded activity will appear at a set time during the week, in order to indicate to students when the recording will be available. Prerecorded activities will be clashable in MyTimetable.
|Echo recording may take up to 24 hours to be available, depending on time/day of recording||
Online one way broadcast
Can be accessed in own 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.
|At Lecturer's discretion.||
Live: on campus and online
Contact the Student Central or relevant College/School for timetable related enquiries and issues.
Activity types are indicated in the 'Class' column, by an abbreviation at the end of the Class code.
|Activity Type Abbreviation||Activity Type|
|Support Class||Support Class|
What do letters and numbers indicate at the end of the Class code?
Letters indicate compulsory classes
Where the class name has a suffix containing an incremented letter e.g. LecA/01, LecB/01, LecC/01 this means you need to go to each of the classes. Typically these are Lectures but other activity types can have this structure.
Numbers indicate choices
Where the class name has a suffix containing an incremented number e.g. TutA/01, TutA/02, TutA/03 this means you need to pick one activity only (as A/02 and A/03 are repeats of the content in A/01).