Tegrity lecture capture software enables faculty to automatically capture, store and index courses, for later review by students; anywhere and anytime. Tegrity captures audio, video, computer screen activity including text, slide presentations, web sites and demonstrations.
Tegrity is a hosted environment, linked to Blackboard and recordings are automatically made accessible and searchable to students for secure, targeted replay. Students can subscribe to the courses in Tegrity, receive notifications when a lecture is available and have the ability to podcast (MP3) the lectures for consumption at a later date or, they can view the courses “in the cloud.” In addition to capturing in the classroom, Tegrity is being used to create quick tutorials by both faculty and administrators at their desk or at home.
Service Level Options
Faculty, Staff and Students.
Faculty, Staff and Students.
Hours of Availability
Service is available 24 x 7 x 365, except during planned maintenance and upgrades.
Support is provided by Information Services during Service Desk hours of 7:00am – 12midnight Monday – Saturday, except during holidays and intersession. To report issues or if you have questions about this service, please contact the Service Desk at 617-373-4357 (xHELP). Tegrity lecture capture will not be treated as immediate classroom response. Any issues encountered while using Tegrity lecture capture on NU instructor stations, please abort recording and report the issue at the end of class. Support information is also located on Tegrity’s support site https://help.tegrity.com/ and the Tegrity Lecture Capture Support page on the IS website.
Please note, If you are recording for an athlete who is missing class you MAY have a different arrangement then stated above. Please contact Student-Athlete Support Services (SASS) directly.
Participating departments commit funding in a cost-sharing agreement for this service.
Request for Service
Classrooms that are equipped with a Windows 7, 32-bit computer have the Tegrity recorder pre-installed. Faculty and instructors can install Tegrity on and NU owned or their personal computers to record lecture in the classroom utilizing the network connection and VGA cable (for laptop connecting) available in all rooms (even classrooms without a computer). Installing Tegrity at home of in the office will enable the creation of recordings outside of the classroom that can be used as learning modules, communication, follow-up on a lecture, etc. If you have any questions, please contact Academic Technology Services via the Service Desk at 617-373-4357 (xHELP).
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