Collaborate Recordings

If appropriate, students may wish to provide links to recordings of Collaborate sessions as evidence for their e-Portfolio. Please include time markers to identify the relevant portion of the recording. Focus on using the shortest segment that will present your content.

You should hopefully already have the link to the recording, which should have been provided to you by your instructor or your Collaborate Assistant during the semester in which you took the course. It is recommended that all students maintain a list or spreadsheet that tracks the information for all recordings that are candidates for ePortfolio evidence.

If you do not have the link to the recording, please submit the Collaborate Recording Information Request form.   Please note that you must provide all information requested on the form.  Failure to provide the requested information may result in delays in processing your request.  Important Note:  Please submit all requests for recording information at least two weeks before you require the information.

To identify the time marker in the recording where your portion begins, play the recording and note the time marker when your selected segment begins.

Recording retention:

As of Spring 2013, iSchool policy has changed, and in most cases the iSchool will be retaining Collaborate recordings for 7 years.

The exception is for recordings of sessions held via D2L Online Rooms prior to Summer 2013.  The iSchool currently has no control over those, and we have no say regarding how long those recordings remain available.  (For Online Rooms recordings made between July 2013 and May 2014, those recordings will be retained for 7 years).

If you are concerned about recordings of sessions held via D2L Online Rooms prior to Summer 2013, then please contact Abigail Laufer for further information regarding options that are available to you.

For all other Collaborate recordings, you will not need to submit any special requests, as the recordings will be automatically retained for 7 years.



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