Classroom Capture is a richly featured recording service for the modern university course. In contrast to traditional lecture recordings, Classroom Capture packages slides and faculty lecture with rich metadata and transcriptions for accessibility. Students and faculty are no longer limited to play, stop and skip. Search keywords take viewers directly to content playback time in the lecture.
This full featured teaching and learning tool changes what was once a flat, often cumbersome lecture playback into a multi layered, interactive viewing experience, offering students another way to succeed in courses.
Once scheduled, recordings are automatically made available online. Recordings are stored online for the duration of the semester they occur and taken offline at the end of the semester.
Classroom Capture is available in the spaces listed in the dropdown below or on the Classroom Capture Locations map.
Centrally Scheduled Classrooms:
Departmentally Scheduled Classrooms:
If you would like to reuse your content recorded during previous semesters, please submit the Reactivate Previously Recorded Content form.
Watch our step-by-step Classroom Capture Overview video to set up and record in a classroom. You'll learn what is provided in the room, how to connect your laptop, use microphones and other technology, while also seeing an example of the Classroom Capture service in action.
Link directly to your lecture videos on your Canvas course page in less than a minute! Visit the Add a Custom Link to Navigation Bar tutorial, or click to watch the video at right for a step-by-step video of how to add Classroom Capture videos to your Canvas course .
Need help connecting to Zoom in a lecture hall to make sure remote students can see your lecture slides? Click to watch the videos below for a step-by-step video of how to Connect to Zoom in Lecture Halls, or an example of the process within a Classroom Capture recording .
The Classroom Capture player features intuitive playback features including slide zoom to focus on the content of a presentation, skip back, playback speed adjustments, search functions, and more!
During the 2018-2019 Academic year, the Academic Technology Design Team worked on a project focused on better understanding how instructors and students use Classroom Capture and how to make more efficient and effective use of the service. Key Findings include:
Learn more about the Classroom Capture User Engagement Project.
Classroom Capture is provided as a common good service for academic courses and educational-based events at no cost.
Examples of educational based events include:
Other non-educational based or special events will incur a fee.
Examples of special events include:
Contact the IT Service Center at 303-735-4357 or at firstname.lastname@example.org to request assistance. If you're in an OIT-supported classroom and have an issue with technology, submit the Classroom Technology Problem Reporting form.
OIT’s Learning Spaces Technology (LST) team provides support for technology equipped classrooms, as well as defining, revisiting, and revising technology standards for teaching and learning spaces. LST also supports: