About Kaltura Lecture Capture at IU

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At Indiana University, faculty members and instructors on any campus can record their classes using the Kaltura Lecture Capture system, and distribute the captured content to their students through Canvas. Kaltura Lecture Capture can capture a variety of inputs.

To schedule a Kaltura Lecture Capture recording of a class you teach, fill out and submit the Kaltura Request Form from Learning Spaces & Technology Services. Submit your request as early as possible, and no later than two business days before you want to use the service. You will receive an automated confirmation email after you submit the form, and you'll receive another email message once your recording has been scheduled.

To create an ad hoc recording of a class you teach, you can use Kaltura Lecture Capture software with the webcam on your computer or use Kaltura Personal Capture, without contacting Learning Spaces & Technology Services.

Additional considerations

Indiana University's Intellectual Property Policy (UA-05) differentiates between University Works, which the university owns and retains all rights to use and commercialize, and Traditional Works of Scholarship. All rights to University Works, which are held in the name of the Trustees, include, but are not limited to, all recordings made and that are accessible through the Kaltura Lecture Capture system, and other recordings (whether audio or video) that are made by or at the request of the university. For further details, refer to the policy.

Because of the possibility of unforeseen technical issues, there is no guarantee that all class sessions will be properly recorded. It is important for students to attend class, actively participate, and take notes. If a student misses a class session, there may not be a recording available.

Get help

For help or to learn more, contact UITS Learning Spaces Support.

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