Tegrity is a fully automated lecture-capture tool used in traditional, hybrid, and online courses to record lessons, lectures, and lab how-to segments. Whether in the classroom or out, Tegrity makes recording your lectures or supplementary course content a snap. This can be as simple as audio recording of a lecture to including a video with multimedia content. It's a great way to prepare materials for the flipped classroom.
St. John’s students will have access to this stored content through Blackboard to replay class material they
didn’t understand or to watch as part of their homework. This is a hands-on workshop where you will learn the basics of creating, editing, and uploading a lecture to Blackboard.
Date: Monday, March 10
Time: 1:50 to 3:15 p.m.
Queens Campus: D’Angelo Center room 310
Staten Island: DaSilva Academic Center room 208
Manhattan: Room 216
If you are bringing your laptop, please make sure that it is on the SJU wireless network. If your device is not on the wireless network, contact the e-Studio at 718-990-6402 prior to the day of the workshop to have your laptop set-up and to receive instructions on how to upload Tegrity software to your device.