Instructors at UConn can record and share their classroom content.
ITS supports Kaltura Lecture Capture (KLC). KLC is a cloud-based media capture and storage application that facilitates the integration of multi-media content into the UConn learning management system, HuskyCT.
Kaltura Self-service Lecture Capture: This enhanced self-service capability to the Kaltura Lecture Capture (KLC) service enables instructors to record and publish audio and screen captures from their courses without making previous arrangements with the ITS’s Academic IT staff. Self-service recording enables presenters to perform ad hoc recordings in high-tech classrooms and retrieve their files from UConn’s KLC online portal. This capability is included the standard classroom technology package.
ITS has recently added self-service live streaming, which allows presenters to share content in real-time. No advance notice is required. Self-service live streaming is available in classrooms that have All listed in the lecture capture column of the classroom directory: https://classrooms.uconn.edu/classroom-directory/
Below is a list of equipped rooms on the regional campuses:
Avery Point: ACD 308, CPB 302
Hartford: HTB 145, HTB 208
Stamford: DWTN 107
Waterbury: Coming soon
Additional Recording Options
Desktop Lecture Capture: In addition to the room-based systems, we also support Kaltura Capture, desktop recording software that you can install on your computer to record lectures.
Lightboard: Lightboard is a specialized recording room with a transparent panel that allows instructors to face their audience while writing content on the screen. This room has recently been upgraded to enhance ease of use. For more information and to reserve the room, visit the Lightboard page.
HBL 3110: There is a recording room located in HBL 3110 that can be reserved for recordings. It is outfitted with a high quality microphone, camera, and computer to record with. Please visit the room page for more information and reservations.
Related Support Material
View available articles for desktop and live lecture capture on the AVT Support page