Teaching Tegrity Lecture Capture
What is Tegrity?
Tegrity lecture capture technology allows you to record lecture content from class, your office, or a personal device, and put that content online for your students to access at any time. With the appropriate equipment, Tegrity can record your computer screen, audio, and video lecture elements. But it doesn't just put that content online, it also indexes topics for easy navigation during playback, captures words on the screen so that students can search for terms in your presentations, and extracts URLs so that students can easily find web resources that you referenced during class. In addition to all this, Tegrity puts the lecture inside a custom player that allows students to control the playback speed, download the lecture, add bookmarks and notes (which can be exported), send inquiries directly to the instructor, and more. All of these features make it a great tool for both instructors and students.
Who can use Tegrity?
Tegrity is available to any faculty member who has the necessary recording equipment (whether in their classroom or for personal use) and wants to record content for their course. Tegrity will eventually be deployed in every multimedia classroom across campus, but for now you will first need to check to see if the room you teach in has the necessary hardware and software. If you want to create content outside of a classroom then all you need is an internet connected computer, the Tegrity recorder application, and a PC-connected microphone.
Guides & Tutorials
- Tegrity Training for ETSU Students
- Getting Started with Tegrity Lecture Capture (for Instructors)
- Setting Up Remote Digital Proctoring with Tegrity (for Instructors)
- Downloading Tegrity Recordings (for Instructors)
- Taking Proctored Tests with Tegrity (for Students)
- Tegrity Support Site (for Faculty and Students)
Need help with Tegrity? ATS offers support for all ETSU faculty and staff. Contact the ATS office (email: firstname.lastname@example.org phone: (423) 439-8611).