Classroom Capture

Last Updated: 08/12/2014

Overview

This technology automatically captures and stores audio and video from faculty lectures or special events. Captured recordings are made available online for on-demand viewing through the end of the semester.

Instructors can request an automated recording of audio and video of faculty lectures or special events in some large classrooms. These recordings post online, where students can stream them on-demand through the end of the semester and finals. After finals, recordings from that semester are taken offline and archived.

OIT has partnered with vendor Sonic Foundry and is using their Mediasite solution to deliver this service.

The classrooms listed below have this technology available. If you are teaching in one of these facilities and would like your class recorded, please complete the request form. A member of the Classroom Capture and Video Conferencing team will follow up with you to further discuss your requirements and provide additional information.

Who can get it

Faculty teaching in one of the facilities equipped with Classroom Capture technology:

  • Atlas 100
  • Chemistry 140
  • Chemistry 142
  • Duane G1B30
  • Fleming 155
  • Humanities 1B50
  • Math 100
  • Gold Biosciences A2B70
  • Muenzinger E050
  • Visual Arts Complex 1B20
  • Benson 180
  • Biotech A115
  • Ramaley C250
  • Museum Collections W100
  • Department Room
    • If your department has their own equipment to record classroom lectures, OIT can assist in providing a repository for captured recordings.

*Note: Students cannot request Classroom Capture.

How to get it