Tag Archives: Tegrity

Tegrity Expansion

Information Technology Services is pleased to announce the University-wide expansion of the Tegrity Lecture Capture service.  Tegrity was originally implemented at NU to help Athletes achieve their academic goals while participating in sports, especially those sports that required travel.  As word spread about Tegrity’s value to teaching and learning, the requests for this service from […]

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Tegrity (Lecture Capture) expands to College of Science

Starting this fall, all College of Science faculty members will have the ability to record lectures. Training is available for those who would like to learn more about Tegrity. For class listings and to register for a class, login to the IS Training website. Tegrity lecture capture software enables faculty to automatically capture, store and […]

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ISCS November Training Updates

Two new classes are being offered! As you have heard, in January 2011, we are upgrading to the newest version of Blackboard. In support of that effort, we will be providing workshops to familiarize you with the re-designed interface, and introduce you to the new features available. There are currently 5 sessions scheduled in November and we will add more […]

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Lecture or Classroom Capture at NU

In the spring of 2009, Student Athletic Support Services worked with Information Technology Services to solve the issue of recording lectures that student athletes were missing while traveling to compete. Flip cameras were being used but a person had to be present to record the lectures and the process to upload the recording was time intensive. Throughout the university, […]

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