If you’re looking for information about recording online learning events, you’ve come to the right place. We’ll cover the Policy for recording events, how to access recorded tutorials, and methods to make use of these recorded videos. You can also find links to these resources below. In addition, you can also learn about the recorded tutorials on our website and find other useful resources. And, if you’ve found a website you’d like to learn more about, don’t hesitate to reach out to us!
Methods to access recorded tutorials
Open University policy on recording online learning events includes details on participants’ rights and how recordings are used. It also sets guidelines on how recordings can be re-used and the rights of students and staff. This policy is designed to help you understand how to record online tutorials and make your recordings accessible and usable. Here are a few ways you can go about doing it. Read on to find out more! And don’t forget to share this policy with your students and fellow TAs!
The first step in recording a tutorial is to coordinate with your department’s scheduling rep. You will need to share an outline with them, including how they can participate. Make sure to share your slides and screen so that all students can view them. If you can’t share your screen, make sure you share your discussion questions in LEARN so that students can access them without having to view the screen. If you do record the tutorial, share them as PDFs so that students can access them even if they don’t have a screen share.
Policy on recording of online learning events
The University has a policy on recording educational activities and lectures. Students may make requests for recordings, but they must obtain prior written consent from the instructor and abide by the University’s Recording Lectures and Educational Activities Policy. Students must not reproduce, post, or distribute recordings, and recordings may only be used by other students currently registered in the course. Students may save recordings to their personal laptops for later use. These recordings should be securely stored, and deleted after serving their authorized purpose.
University of Illinois faculty who wish to record classes are required to obtain written consent from students. The release form, provided by the Office of General Counsel, must be signed by students. If students are online, a digital consent form will be provided for the purpose. The policy will also be sent to online faculty in January 2019.