Faculty and staff have two supported options available for recording class lectures and presentations. You can either use Skype for Business or schedule the use of an ITV classroom.
Skype for Business (formerly Lync 2013) is a Microsoft application for connecting with other people. Although it is a videonferencing tool, it also allows you to create single user meetings that you can run for a lecture or presentation capture. The recording feature will create a video of the meeting, which can then be hosted in the Medial Library and distributed to students and colleagues. You can learn more about the Medial Library here. You may also decide to use YouTube or UTSA's OneDrive for sharing your recorded lectures. See links to PDF guides below. These videos are commonly linked or embedded in Blackboard Learn.
If scheduling the use of an ITV classroom better suites your needs, contact us. Lecture and presentation captures created in an ITV classroom can be stored in the Media Library, your personal YouTube channel, or your UTSA's OneDrive for distribution & sharing. These videos can also be linked or embedded in Blackboard Learn courses.
Downloadable Lecture Capture Brouchure for Faculty
Lecture Capture Brochure (jpg)
All requests are made through OITConnect. Need to schedule an ITV classroom to capture a lecture or presentation?
Use the Video Lecture/Presentation Capture ITV Request form.
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