Tegrity Lecture Capture
- A link ("Tegrity Classes") is automatically added to all Blackboard courses. Clicking this link in any of your Blackboard courses will provide access to Tegrity.
- Install the recorder on Windows or Mac
- View instructions to get started recording
- Get help for Instructors
- Find out more information about Tegrity
- Become familiar with the Tegrity Archival and Retention Procedure
- Contact NDSU Instructional Services with any questions or if you'd like additional training.
Tegrity Archival and Retention Procedure
As of Friday, June 30, video recordings from Spring Semester 2017 courses where instructors selected the Standard 30 Days retention option when activating the course were purged from the Tegrity server. These purged recordings are no longer available.
This change reflects the Archival and Retention Procedure for Tegrity Recordings implemented at the end of Fall 2016. We are purging these recordings as part of a cost-savings initiative.
Videos recorded in courses where the instructor selected the 6 Semesters: (Extended) option will remain on the server for six semesters + 30 days.
What is Tegrity?
Tegrity is a fully automated lecture capture solution used in traditional, hybrid and online courses to record lectures and supplementary course content. Tegrity records computer screen content, audio and webcam video simultaneously, and then automatically generates a feature-rich recording available for viewing within minutes of recording.
Why use Tegrity?
There are numerous situations in which using Tegrity is effective; you can use Tegrity to record face-to-face lectures, supplemental class material, guest lectures, test review sessions, and lab demonstrations.
Students can bookmark difficult topics in class using iOS or Android mobile devices. When they access the recordings, they can search for keywords, use their bookmarks, adjust the presentation speed up or down, and view the recording on their mobile devices. Students can also download MP3 podcast recordings or M4V vodcast recordings, which they can view from virtually any mobile device.