CLASS CAPTURE REQUEST


FOR COURSE-RELATED EVENTS

Classroom capture is used to document in-class activities or record specific course related events for use by students in a specific course. Requests normally fall into two categories, Level 1 or Level 2. In order to honor your request, please fill out the classroom capture form at least five business days prior to the class or course related capture event.
 

LEVEL 1

Level 1 Service: The DML Staff will:

Deliver and setup the video camera and tripod in the classroom
Pick up the camera & tripod when the class is over
Process the video, including:

Exporting the video
Posting to Canvas
Sending the capture to the faculty as a file
 

With level 1 the DML staff will do little or no editing to the capture

   
Note: Faculty have the responsibility to start and end the recording on the camera.
   
Level 1 Cost: Free
   
Request Approval: We will make every effort to honor these requests.

 

LEVEL 2

Level 2 Service: The DML Staff will:

Provide a video camera, tripod, one microphone and one student camera operator
Setup the camera and microphone
Run the camera during classroom capture/course-related event
Provide basic editing (adding in PowerPoint slides and titles if available)
Process the video, including:

Exporting the video
Posting to Canvas
Sending the video as a file

   
Level 2 Cost: Charged depending on time frame of event and student worker availability. Additional charges may apply for specific requests if events occur outside of normal business hours or require added services or additional staff.
   
Request Approval: Approval depends on time frame of capture or event and student worker availability.


SUBMIT A REQUEST:

Complete the Classroom Capture Request Form below at least five business days prior to the class or event. A member of the Video & Digital Media Services Team will confirm your request by email or phone and ask any additional questions.


QUESTIONS:

Please contact Paul Weber at (513) 745-3682.
 

CLASSROOM CAPTURE REQUEST











Include the building and room number.





PowerPoint, video clips, etc.