Student Evaluation of Lecture Capture

Monday, December 4, 2017 - 12:45

Are you a King's student currently studying towards an undergraduate or taught postgraduate qualification? Would you like to tell us what you think about lecture capture and be entered into a prize draw for £100 amazon vouchers?

We recently conducted focus groups to better understand students’ views on lecture capture and we are now seeking participants to complete a short anonymous online survey. We wanted to hear about your perception of lectures in comparison to other types of teaching, your current use of lecture capture, your views on the lecture capture policy here at King's, how you would like to see lecture capture used in future, and any training needs to have for lecture capture. To read more about the study and potentially participate please follow this link:

Tell us your experience of Race Equality

Friday, December 1, 2017 - 14:30

We are committed to fostering an environment where our talented community of staff and students have equal opportunities to thrive and addressing the issue of race equality on our campuses is a key part of this commitment. In order to ensure this is possible, we need to have a keen understanding of the student experience and how factors such as race impact on student life on and off campus.

We are undertaking the Race Equality Student Survey to help us to better understand student experiences of race equality at King’s and identify key areas for development. All students are encouraged to take the survey to support King’s on its journey toward race equality. The survey takes roughly 5-10 minutes to complete and by completing it you can go into the draw for a £25 Amazon voucher. 

Tell us about your use of online learning tools

Friday, November 17, 2017 - 13:45

I am conducting research into how students use online learning tools, such as quizzes and forums, and want to hear from King’s students. The research requires you to complete a short (less than 20 mins) anonymous online survey and you may also opt to be interviewed about this topic. All participants can choose to enter into a prize draw from a £50 amazon voucher and interviewed participants will also receive £10 for their participation.

If you would like to read more about this study and participate please click here:


Dr Ellie Dommett (Senior Lecturer & E-Learning Tutor at Department of Psychology) at King's

Wednesday, September 13, 2017 - 10:45, an online training library with thousands of high quality, current and engaging video tutorials, is now available free of charge to all staff and students in King’s. Login now via  and check out the playlists for Staff and Students to get you started.​

If you’re interested in using in your teaching or work, please do get in touch at to discuss any ideas you have for using this tool in your own curriculum. at King’s is supported by the Transformation in Digital Learning Strategy being led by the Centre for Technology Enhanced Learning (CTEL).  If you have any further queries, please contact