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Or do you have to do that yourself if you wish to do so?
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(Original post by TheNamesBond.)
Or do you have to do that yourself if you wish to do so?
Mine did recordings but I don't think it's on offer everywhere
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Depends on the department. Even if they do you should go to them all anyway, if you can't spare an hour to see the lecture live then why should you expect to spend one watching it anywhere else where there are just more distractions.
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(Original post by TheNamesBond.)
Or do you have to do that yourself if you wish to do so?
Some do, some don't.

If they don't, you generally have to ask the lecturer to record the lecture yourself. Some people bring dictaphones etc.
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If the uni doesn't record them themselves you may need to seek permission to record - I know that part of my DSA report states that I am to be given permission to do so, which suggests this is not a given.

However, a lot of unis are moving towards this sort of thing, so you may be in luck.
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Depends on the department. Even if they do you should go to them all anyway, if you can't spare an hour to see the lecture live then why should you expect to spend one watching it anywhere else where there are just more distractions.
Nah I didn't mean that I meant it so I can re-watch the lectures for revision or similar.
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my mum lectured in pharmacy, chemistry and biochemistry and had to record and post all of her lectures
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Nah I didn't mean that I meant it so I can re-watch the lectures for revision or similar.
You'd have to check with the department - probably not something they'll promote much in case it encourages students to laze in bed rather than going in and using the expensive uni buildings.

Mostly I think watching recorded lectures would be a cure for any insomnia you're having, pretty common to have powerpoints available online these days though.

Lectures aren't really the most useful things on the timetable anyway - IMO you get more benefit out of the seminar/tutorials
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Or do you have to do that yourself if you wish to do so?
Not really, some do, most give powerpoint notes or word notes online via moodle etc
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