Recording Classroom Lectures Policy
|History:||Issued -- November 22, 2011|
|Related Policies:||Copyright Policy; Copyright Ownership Policy; Disability Accommodations for Students Policy|
Advance, written permission is required in order to record classroom lectures, discussions or presentations (“lectures”). When granted, permission to record lectures is subject to the limitations set forth in this policy. Violations of this policy may constitute copyright infringement in violation of federal or state law, and may be subject to University disciplinary action.
A. Course Materials mean lecture notes, outlines, slides, Powerpoint presentations, readings, or other content made available to students by the instructor or presenter, or through any University online learning system.
B. Recording means a video or audio replication or photographic image recorded on devices including, but not limited to, audio recorders, video recorders, cell phones, Smartphones, digital cameras, media players, computers, or other devices that record images or sound.
III. Requirements and Limitations
A. Advance Written Permission
classroom lectures is prohibited unless advance written
permission is obtained from the class instructor and any guest
presenter(s). An instructor may provide such permission to an
entire class as part of the course syllabus or other written
description of a course. Students who require recording or other
adaptations of lectures as a reasonable accommodation for a
disability should contact the Office of Disability Support
Services (DSS) in advance of the lecture in order to obtain
permission for the recording.
B. Limitations on Use of Recordings and Materials
Permission to allow lecture recording is not a transfer of any copyrights in the recording or related course materials. Such recordings and materials may be used only for individual or group study with other students enrolled in the same class, and may not be reproduced, transferred, distributed or displayed in any public or commercial manner.
Students must destroy recordings at the end of the semester in which they are enrolled in the class.