What are my options for configuring a Lecture Recording?

By default, the lecture recording service automatically records all lecture (LEC) sections for College of Engineering (CoE) courses.

This means faculty can choose to deliver their lecture in the normal location and time, and the instructors will have the option of sharing the recordings with their students for on-demand viewing. If an instructor would like to have their class excluded from the in-classroom lecture recording system or enable auto publishing they should fill out this form when contacted by CAEN to ensure that no classes get recorded. Instructors can disable or enable recordings at any time by following this help article. This change will not impact the instructors use of Zoom for in-classroom streaming or recording. 

For courses that are automatically set up for lecture recording, their site will be set up with sharing turned off (auto-post off).  This means that each recording will have to be manually published to be viewable by students. There are many options for publishing lectures:

Research shows that students use the recordings to update and improve their class notes as well as study for exams. Further, lecture recordings support inclusive and equitable teaching practices by offering flexibility and access for students.  Please provide explicit guidelines to students about how best to use lecture recordings to support their learning.

See this CRLT blog post for more details and suggestions.


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