New Zoom-enabled recording system available in select classrooms starting this fall
UD Information Technologies is excited to announce that UD Capture is being upgraded for the fall semester in certain central classrooms to include Zoom capability.
Instructors scheduled in a UD Capture +Zoom upgraded classroom will now be able to have an integrated Zoom meeting for their class with all the equipment needed for a hybrid teaching environment, including built-in camera and microphone to connect with remote students synchronously.
Faculty scheduled in a UD Capture +Zoom enabled classroom should review this page and follow the important steps in the checklist before their first class.
Other benefits of UD Capture +Zoom include improved recording capabilities (such as active speaker with gallery view), realtime live machine closed captioning, wireless projection of your laptop for both local display and Zoom meetings, and enhanced support for remote students by leveraging Zoom meetings synchronously. Learn more about this new system—UD Capture +Zoom.
UD Capture +Zoom will be available in all central classrooms in the coming years. Until then, the previous service, now being called UD Capture Classic, will still be available in other classrooms. Learn more about the differences between UD Capture +Zoom and UD Capture Classic.
As before, instructors must opt in by submitting a request that their courses be automatically recorded.
As part of Keep Calm and Teach On, UDIT will be hosting Classroom Orientations featuring both UD Capture +Zoom and UD Capture Classic rooms on August 22, 24, and 25 so instructors can get hands-on experience with the new technology before classes start. Registration is required.
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