Tegrity

Tegrity

Tegrity

Tegrity brings state of the art lecture capture to all instructors, no matter what level of technical skill they may have.

Tegrity Self-Help Material

Review Tegrity tutorials and support documentation

Tegrity is the supported lecture capture service for on-ground and on-line learning at Northeastern.  The Tegrity recorder is installed on all classroom computers and is available on demand for faculty and staff through the Tegrity link in Blackboard.

A cloud-based service and seamless Blackboard integration makes recording, uploading and viewing easy for faculty and students. Tegrity helps educators build content by providing a simple way to merge visuals and lecture.  No video editing skills are necessary – the Tegrity recorder uses simple record, pause and stop controls to capture the instructor desktop and classroom audio, and includes basic annotation tools for highlighting and drawing.  Recordings and supplementary material can be uploaded to Blackboard through the Tegrity course page to be shared or restricted at instuctor discretion.

Instructors use Tegrity for welcome messages, review sessions, distance learning and course archives.  Students use Tegrity for self-paced learning, note-taking and review.  Tools for running detailed or summary access reports are available from the Tegrity user home page.