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Audio Recording

Faculty and staff can request lecture and event recordings from a range of digital recording types.

Ordering Audio or Video Recording

To request that lectures be recorded for current or future use, choose one of the following:

After the initial order is placed a Network and Classroom Services (NCS) staff member will contact you.

Most video recordings require use of a room outfitted with appropriate technology and a Student Assistant to operate the equipment. Sufficient advance notice is therefore required when requesting video recording services. Rooms are reserved on a first-come, first-served basis.

Suggested Lead Times for Ordering

  • Fall and Spring Semesters: Book recordings at the same time classes are being seated for the semester.
  • Summer Sessions: Book recordings in early December if students will be attending regularly scheduled recordings; Book in early March if you will teach to an empty room and have more flexibility in when and where you record.

Audio Only Recording

Audio Only recording captures sound from microphones, classroom computers, and DVD players. Files are uploaded to the streaming server late in the evening and are available for use shortly thereafter.

Audio only service is available in these centrally scheduled classrooms:

  • Cooke 121
  • Davis 101
  • Diefendorf 002, 146, 147, 148, 203
  • Fillmore 170
  • Hochstetter 114
  • Kapoor 125, 190
  • Kimball 125
  • Knox 004, 014, 020, 104, 109, 110
  • Norton 112
  • NSC 201, 205, 210, 215, 216, 218, 220, 222, 225, 228
  • Talbert 107
  • Wende 114

And in the following departmental classrooms:

  • Clemens 120
  • Farber G-26, 144, 150 (Butler Auditorium)

Enhanced Audio Recording

Enhanced Audio recording captures sound from microphones along with frame-grabbed video of any visual materials shown on the projector (e.g. laptop, Wolf Visualizer or classroom computer). Files are uploaded to the streaming server late in the evening and are available for use shortly thereafer.

Enhanced audio is available in these centrally scheduled classrooms:

  • Diefendorf 146, 147 and 148
  • Clemens 120
  • Kapoor 190
  • Knox 14 and 20
  • NSC 201, 215 and 225

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