Tegrity: An Overview of the Course Capture Software
During the Spring of 2018, UNH will be transitioning our lecture capture services from Tegrity to tools available from Kaltura. You can find out more about this transition and sign up for training at http://unh.edu/lecture-capture
Any Tegrity recordings made prior to May 20th will be transitioned to Kaltura automatically. New recordings made after May 20th will not be moved automatically. If you wish to download those recordings, please follow these instructions: https://www.unh.edu/it/kb/article/tegrity-archiving-lecture-capture-recordings-pc-and-mac.html
Access to Tegrity recording software and video lectures will end August 30th.
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.
Faculty FAQ’s for Tegrity
- How can Tegrity help to free up class time for more 'active' learning? For an overview of the 'Flipped Classroom'
- How do I move a recording from one semester to the next? Follow these directions on how to move recordings.
- How can I tell if students are watching the recordings? Faculty can easily generate viewing reports in Tegrity
- Does Tegrity Support have more help articles? Yes- Tegrity documentation is quite extensive.
Student FAQ’s for Tegrity
- What are the latest browser requirements to view a Tegrity recording? You can start with a Tegrity diagnostics page and then check browser requirements
- Can I watch recordings on my IOS device? Yes-- please follow the directions i n this Tegrity help document.
- Can I download recordings? Yes- if the instructor has enabled this feature.
- 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