This page gathers together applicable policies for staff and students using the Lecturecast service. Many of these are general UCL Policy regarding using of Information Services, but please read these careful before you use the system.
Lecturecast Retention Policy
- Content on the Lecturecast system will be permanently deleted after seven (7) years
- Lecturecast content will be available for four (4) years from the date of capture
- Any content older than four years will become automatically archived by the system into a state known as 'Glacier'
- Content will stay in the 'Glacier' for three (3) years and may only be recovered by the Digital Education team
- Any content within the 'Glacier' for more than three (3) years wil then be permanently deleted automatically.
- Any content that is republished to another section wil have its clock reset to the start of the seven (7) year cycle
UCL Computing Policies
All UCL Lecturecast users must abide by the UCL computing regulations: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/informationsecurity/policy/public-policy/Regulations_ISC_200912a
All UCL Lecturecast users are expected to read and abide by the UCL guidelines for e-learning communication tools which can be found here: UCL information security and related policies
Please note that use of this service is covered by UCL's privacy policies, to be found below:
Please refer to the appropriate section in the UCL Acceptable Use Policy which can be found here: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/informationsecurity/policy/public-policy/Computing-Regulations-Acceptable-Use-Policy-0117.pdf
Further details for students can be found here: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/students/policies/intellectual-property-rights
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See http://www.ucl.ac.uk/disclaimer for further information.