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The following lecture capture classrooms are equipped with Mediasite recording equipment that can be scheduled for recording classes the entire semester: A-705, A-715, B-213, and A-706, the TV studio. This means faculty who are schedule to teach in these rooms can have all their lectures recorded for semester. Faculty need to provide class information to Video Production & Digital Signage services to create semester record schedule. Faculty may forward their course schedule which includes the lecture dates, times, location, lecture title and presenter to schedule all of their lectures for an entire semester. Lectures will be recorded and links will be provided for faculty to upload into their Blackboard courses. Faculty will need to attend a brief “Introduction to Mediasite” training session. Contact Albert Holden at, 713-221-8213 or via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to setup a schedule for lecture capture or training sessions.
|Unscheduled Special Request|
This service, allows users to create recordings apart from regularly scheduled courses such as review sessions, student presentations, or other events. Faculty will need to attend training sessions to use this service. Contact Albert Holden at, 713-221-8213 or via e-mail email@example.com to setup an Ad Hoc lecture capture or training sessions.
UHD Portable Mediasite Recorder
|Whether it is from your office, conference room, classroom, or anywhere on campus with access to a power, the portable Mediasite is the recorder on wheels. It allows faculty or staff to create digital recordings or capture their lectures away from the TTLC. Training sessions are required to check out the portable unit. Call Multimedia Services, 713-221-8190 to for check out dates and training sessions.|
|If you have a questions, problems, or concerns, please contact Video Production & Digital Signage at 713-221-8213 or firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.|
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Last updated or reviewed on 8/2/13