Posts Tagged: Tegrity

Uploading a Video to Tegrity

You can use Tegrity to host video that you’ve created in other programs, but you’ll need to download the Tegrity recorder. Once you do that, you’ll have access to all of Tegrity’s features (which will allow you to record videos and screencasts as well). The video you upload needs to be in one of the… Read more »

Tools for Accessibility Support

Classroom content and interactions should be able to be experienced by all of your students regardless of physical or learning differences. While technology vendors haven’t always been so mindful of this legal and ethical mandate, more and more tools are being developed to be accessible to students with disabilities by default. In this case, providing… Read more »

Learning Objects

As learning research has developed, researchers have moved away from thinking about a lesson as a monolithic whole. Instead, they have come to favor a model in which units of instruction or “learning objects” are planned and arranged to support a learning objective. For example, the following learning objects might be part of a standard… Read more »

Tegrity Lecture Capture

Overview Tegrity is the supported lecture capture service for on-ground and on-line learning at Northeastern.  The Tegrity recorder is installed on all classroom computers and available on demand for faculty and staff using NUNET imaged computers.  Cloud-based service and seamless Blackboard integration make recording, uploading and viewing easy for faculty and students. Tegrity helps educators... Read more »
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