Instructional Technology can record special events, guest speakers, faculty promotion review, exam review, and make-up classes (scheduled outside normally scheduled class periods) for later online access. This is ideal for making recordings of live events available to evening and daytime students who are otherwise unable to attend in person. However, recording services are not available to individual students who are unable to attend regularly scheduled classes.
Recording formats are standardized throughout the school of law for online streaming distribution only. It may take one-business day for recordings to be accessible online through pre-existing media libary URLs for departments and organizations.
To fill out request form, click here: Recording Request Form.
Talent Release Forms
All guest speakers (who are not employees of Seattle University) should sign a standardized Talent Release Form before their recordings will be posted online. This is the responsibility of the event organizers, as the media services staff will be unable to handle this during setup. Forms can be returned to Media Services in Room 311d.
Viewing Recordings online
Once an event is recorded it will be posted to a media library created specifically for your course or department. The media library is a URL that you can share via email or post on your course LMS page. Some media libraries will require a logins limited to the law school community. If you do not already have a media library created for your course, you will be emailed URL information once it is setup.
NOTE: Recordings (and media libraries) may take a full-business day to create and publish before they can be viewed online.
Some multimedia libraries are open to the public, others require an SU network user account. You will have the option of specifying access restrictions when you fill out a Recording Request Form.