Tegrity: An Overview of the Course Capture Software

Tegrity Overview

Lecture capture is an umbrella term describing any technology that lets instructors digitally record their lectures (using audio and/or video, screen capture, or PowerPoint slides) and make those recordings available to students. Tegrity is a software package included in myCourses that allows faculty to easily build rich media content and present it to students.

 Below you will find a screenshot of a typical Tegrity recording and some of its features and then a few links to documentation for the software. 

Note:

  • To use Tegrity in myCourses...Please follow this article  (No request to UNH IT is needed to use Tegrity in myCourses)


Faculty FAQ’s for Tegrity

 Student FAQ’s for Tegrity

 Troubleshooting Tegrity

  • How can I make sure my computer will play a Tegrity recording? Start with this Tegrity Diagnostic page and follow the prompts 
  • What are the latest browser requirements for Tegrity? Browser requirements   can be found in this article
  • Which browser is likely to have the fewest playback and recording issues? An updated version of Firefox is highly recommended (Free download here)
  • What does the recording status error mean?  Here is a status error chart
  • How come one of the recordings I made is missing or taking forever to upload? Very occasionally you may have to ’re-upload’ a recording (Choose Mac or PC)
  • My computer passed the Tegrity Diagnostics Page and I still can’t view the recording- what should I do? Please call the UNH IT help desk @ 862-4242
Custom Fields
  • Application: Tegrity
  • Department: Media & Collaboration
Attached Files
There are no attachments for this article.
Related Articles RSS Feed
Tegrity: Embedding Videos in myCourses
Viewed 620 times since Mon, Oct 19, 2015
Zoom: An Overview of UNH Web Conferencing Software
Viewed 345 times since Fri, Sep 9, 2016
Kaltura - Captioning a Video
Viewed 95 times since Thu, Jan 12, 2017
Tegrity: Recorder Installation (Windows)
Viewed 380 times since Thu, Apr 2, 2015
Why Caption?
Viewed 91 times since Tue, Nov 29, 2016
Kaltura: My Media
Viewed 179 times since Wed, Jul 20, 2016
Tegrity: What are the requirements for creating a recording?
Viewed 206 times since Mon, Apr 6, 2015
Tegrity: Best Practices for Recording
Viewed 292 times since Mon, Apr 6, 2015
Zoom: Sharing Recordings in myCourses
Viewed 196 times since Tue, Sep 20, 2016
Rich Media: How to Set Up and Record an Interview
Viewed 169 times since Thu, Mar 24, 2016
MENU