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Capture, create, edit and share video and audio easily
Workflows to suit your teaching needs
Tools to help create multimedia for use in teaching, learning and assessment.


  • Use multimedia throughout your teaching
  • Schedule recordings of your teaching sessions
  • Offer bite-sized videos to introduce new topics
  • Ask your students to create, share and submit video content as a team, or individually to assessment items
  • Record in any space, bring topic-specific spaces to your students

Video at Warwick is facilitated by:

Universal Capture (Personal)

Powered by the Echo360 system, universal capture offers a way to capture material outside the class to include in your course via the Moodle Echo360 block.

  • Download the software to your personal or managed computer
  • Record on the go with offline recording
  • Uploads to your Echo360 profile so can be easily shared via Moodle

eStream -

Offers a way to capture and store video content that can easily be added to anywhere in your Moodle course, using Moodle's eStream plugin.

  • Record via Planet eStream app on phone or computer
  • Uploads to your profile for easy integration to Moodle
  • Edit the capture directly in eStream
  • In Moodle assessment students can be asked to submit video content


PowerPoint has inbuilt features that enable you to create narrated slides.

  • Create teaching materials using one tool
  • Combine your existing PowerPoint slides with audio narration
  • Use the laser pointer, pen and highlighter to annotate and highlight important information

Box of Broadcasts

An extensive database of live and recorded broadcasts from the BBC, making it easier to source and include relevant video materials in your teaching.

  • A database of BBC TV and Radio programming going back to 2008
  • Create custom clips to share in lectures, presentations or assignments
  • Nine channels are automatically recorded. For over 50 other channels users have 30 days to request a programme, or can schedule a recording 7 days in advance

Example Recipes - How multimedia can be used to enhance your teaching.

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