Tech Reminders for Recording Job Talks

Posted November 29th, 2017 at 5:01 pm.

It’s that time of year again, when academic departments are hosting candidates and organizing job talks. Here are some reminders about how to use Tegrity if you need to record talks and share them with committee members who can’t attend in person:

  • If at all possible, please schedule the talk in a room that is already set up for Tegrity recordings. (See here for a list.) If you can’t use a room that is already set up for Tegrity, contact Multimedia (x7449, to discuss alternatives.
  • Anyone with a teacher role in ANY Moodle course can record a Tegrity video in these classes. For instructions, see the Classroom Recording Guide for Instructors. Unless you created a Moodle “course” for the job search committee, we recommend recording to your Sandbox course (it should be at the bottom of the list of your Tegrity courses), which is visible only to you. Videos recorded to any other course will be visible to anyone enrolled in that course.
  • To give someone access to view a recording in your Sandbox, you will need to get a Share Recording link that allows anonymous (i.e., guest) users to view. See here for more information and instructions.
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