Instructors choose whether or not to use this service to have their lectures recorded.
The instructor must inform students, guest lectures and other instructors taking part or attending a lecture (series) that it is being recorded.
Recordings are available to students in the class automatically as soon as recordings are processed. Therefore requesting that a class be recorded implies the instructor grants permission for the University to distribute the recordings and permission for authorized people to view them.
Instructors have the option of having their recordings deleted from the server (copies may continue to exist in backups but would not be available for viewing).
Instructors will decide if, and to whom else (besides students registered in the class), the recordings will be made available. Adding additional persons authorized to view the recordings implies the instructor grants permission for the University to distribute the recordings and permission for those people to view them.
Instructors must ensure that they have obtained all necessary copyright right clearances to present materials (e.g., displayed, played back, performed) during the lecture being recorded by this service.
Instructors need to be aware of copyright implications and take appropriate steps (e.g., delete recording) if someone other than themselves presents in their class (e.g., Student presentations, guest lectures).
While students are granted the right view recordings they are not granted rights to copy, transmit or alter the recordings unless those rights are specifically listed.
Students understand that all activity recorded by the service may be monitored for the purposes of administering this system (e.g., testing).
Students using the service may be asked to participate in a survey to evaluate the effectiveness of this service.
Participants in lectures or presentations recorded by this service recognize that what they do in class may be recorded.
Students must ensure that they have obtained all necessary copyright right clearances for materials they present (e.g., displayed, played back, performed) during the lecture being recorded by this service.