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Which Tool Is Best for My Use?

Below are two tables that will help you determine which tool(s) best fits your need.

Recording capabilities may be limited based on equipment available in room.


Faculty request this service through Disability Support Services (DSS) if a student(s) enrolled in the course is registered with DSS and requires this accommodation.
Feature Mediasite Mediasite Desktop Recorder (MDR) VoiceThread
Record In-Class Lectures/Presentations    
Record Desktop  
Video Editing  
Closed Captioning 2 2 2
Upload Existing Video 3
Schedule Recording    
Organize Content Using Folders  
High Quality Video  
Live Streaming    
Blackboard Integration
Student Recording  
Provide Student Feedback  
Viewer Statistics  
 

1Tegrity is available in select classrooms in Bate, Rivers, Allied Health Sciences, Joyner East, Rawl and Brewster. A Help Ticket will need to be submitted in order to have the room enabled.

2 Faculty request this service through Disability Support Services (DSS) if a student(s) enrolled in the course is registered with DSS and requires this accommodation.

3Limited acceptable formats.

Recording Scenarios Recommended Tool
Broadcast live classroom lectures. Mediasite
Record audio and or video along with screen activity during class.

Mediasite or Mediasite Desktop Recorder

Record audio and or video along with screen activity outside or before class (office, home, etc.). Mediasite Desktop Recorder
Record audio and or video and PowerPoint slides.

Mediasite, Mediasite Desktop Recorder or VoiceThread

Record and share student feedback. VoiceThread
My students need to record and or submit video assignments. VoiceThread
We recommend faculty use VoiceThread for student recording or uploading.