Your username/password is the same as what you use for all CCRI services such as logging onto the domain or MY CCRI.
Any PC or MAC can record presentations.
Call ITMS Technology Support (455-6111 or x 6111 from any campus phone) or complete an online request form.
Presentation upload time will vary. Your presentation will be viewable within a few minutes to several hours after uploading.
Yes. A MAC version of TechSmith Relay can be obtained from the TechSmith Relay download page.
Only if you can login through CCRI's VPN connection. Please contact the Help Desk for additional information email@example.com
Recorded lectures should be limited to specific instructional content that the instructor wishes to make available for students to review. Keep in mind, the larger the file, the longer it will take to render and upload.
After you click Submit, your presentation is readied for upload to the server.
Note: After you submit your presentation, you cannot access or view your presentation or the status of the upload in the TechSmith Relay recorder.
Once your presentation is uploaded and saved to Medial, a link to the file will be automatically sent to you when ready.
Editing is limited to only the beginning of the video clip and end of the video clip. If you have editing needs within your file, contact a member of the classroom support team to assist you in using other applications to accomplish this task.
You can post it to your Blackboard course.
Faculty will set the accepted attendance policy which will specify the number of absences allowed. Some faculty use lecture capture presentation as assignments to be viewed before class. The actual class time is used to discuss the content and encourage collaborative and active participation on the part of each student.
Your files will be saved in Medial indefinitely.
The Department of Instructional Technology offers continuous professional Development on how to use Blackboard, contact a member of the Instructional Technology team. Visit the website below for more information: http://www.ccri.edu/it/cit/