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Tegrity Enabled Classroom Descriptions and Instructions
There are three types of Tegrity-Enabled classrooms on the St. Louis North and South campuses:
An Audio-Only classroom is able to record content shown on the computer screen along with the instructor’s audio. The Tegrity recording will show the classroom computer screen in the content frame (main window) and play instructor's audio along with computer content. The instructor has the option to choose a picture to display in the instructor video frame (upper left window) or leave the frame blank.
An Audio and Video classroom is able to record content shown on the computer screen along with the audio and video of the instructor. The Tegrity recording will show the classroom computer screen in the content frame (main window), video from the instructor's webcam in the instructor video frame (upper left window), and play instructor's audio at the same time. If the instructor chooses not to record their webcam video (or if a webcam is not available on the recording computer), the instructor video frame will show a picture the instructor chooses or a Tegrity logo.
An Audio and Document Camera (DocCam) classroom is able to record video captured by the document camera on the podium, content shown on the computer screen, and the instructor’s audio. The Tegrity recording will show the classroom computer screen or video captured by the document camera in the content frame (main window), and play instructor's audio along with the content.
Information technology services (ITS) is working to enable all campus classrooms to be able to use the Tegrity Lecture Capture solution. A list of completed classrooms can be viewed here: Tegrity Enabled Classrooms.