Guidelines for Recordings, Privacy

Guidelines for Recordings

  • Keep your recording short, topic specific, and ten minutes or less in duration.
  • Post the content to a server that is intended for streaming video . (YouTube is a favorite)
  • Consider posting the link to your content in Blackboard with a description of the content.
  • If you post your content to Youtube check the automatically created closed captions for accuracy.  Sometimes it will require some corrections. 
  • If you have opted to save your Zoom recording to the cloud be sure to check the text transcript for accuracy and make corrections if necessary.
  • Cloud recordings will be automatically deleted after they have been stored for 30 days.  Contact CETLA for assistance with saving recordings if you will need them for more than the 30 days.
  • Viewing cloud recording analytics

Recorded Zoom Lectures Distributed to Students in Other Sections

Faculty may send recorded lectures to students in multiple sections as long as section enrollment information is not included.  IVCC Guidance on Complying with FERPA in Distance Learning.

Livestream and Recording and Privacy Syllabus Statement

This class will use hardware and software to livestream and/or record class sessions.  Recordings will be made available only to students enrolled in the class.  Should the instructor wish to publish the video outside of the password protected classroom, the instructor will obtain consent from all students before the recording is made available. 

During recorded sessions, students should follow the instructor's guidelines regarding audio and/or video feeds during the class session and recording.

Students may be asked to record and submit video and/or audio content for coursework.  Recordings will be seen by the instructor of the class and could be shared with other students in the class.  Should the instructor wish to publish the video or audio outside of the class, the instructor will obtain consent from the student who submitted the work before publishing.