MET faculty can record lectures and other classroom events. Recordings are automatically processed and made available for online viewing and download in a few hours after the lecture ends. Students can review recorded lectures and seminars. Faculty can use recordings to enhance communications with students outside of normal lecture hours, e.g. review homework assignments, record additional content or guest speakers, tutorials. Archived recordings can be used in future classes. Lecture recording is a standard service for MET blended courses.
The ability to prerecord and edit lectures or other course material is an additional service. We will be happy to discuss the details of your project.
Recorded content is automatically processed and published; instructors receive an email with links to recordings when processing is complete. These emails can be forwarded to students or incorporated into a course website (Blackboard, Vista). Recorded lectures can include any combination of slides, instructor video and audio. Instructors can use a graphical tablet to annotate slides, create drawings or write on the screen during the lecture. Recordings can be viewed online and/or downloaded to mobile devices.
How to Schedule
Please complete the technology request form to schedule a recording. We can support your requests during the Lab operations hours, Monday-Thursday 9am-9pm. Friday and Saturday 9am-5pm. Please plan for additional 30 minutes before the recording session in order to load your presentation materials, attach the microphone, etc. Please allow additional time if this is your first recording session to review system controls.