- What do I need to view Tegrity lectures?
- How can I access Tegrity recordings?
- Can I make lectures of my own?
- What formats are available?
1. What do I need to view Tegrity lectures?
- A computer or smart device with an internet connection.
- System Test Page - click this link to automatically check that your computer meets the requirements to record or view Tegrity lectures
2. How can I access Tegrity recordings?
Log in to WISE and select the course that contains Tegrity recordings. Select Tegrity from the Course Tools list. If the Tegrity service does not launch automatically, click the blue box that says "If Tegrity does not launch..." You may need to click on warnings to allow popups for Tegrity. Tegrity will automatically display the Tegrity course page that matches the WISE course page. You can find your other Tegrity courses by clicking on the "My Tegrity" link.
3. Can I make lectures of my own?
Yes. If you need to make recording(s) for a class, your instructor can activate the student recording option. There is a joinable WISE site called Practice Recordings that you can use to prepare for presentations, self assessment, etc. The library recording room in the Hatfield Library (see the Circulation Desk) is set up with computer, camera and microphone for easy recording.
4. What formats are available?
There are several formats available within Tegrity for streaming and downloading. Each instructor decides which formats to enable for their courses based on their own comfort level and the nature of their content.