Answered By: Amanda Runyon
Last Updated: Dec 09, 2016     Views: 78

  1. Read the Law School's Class Recording Policy
  2. Request permission from your professor using the Class Recording Request Form
  3. A hold will automatically be placed on a recorder under the student who will be recording the class (This will normally happen the day before or morning of the class to be recorded)
  4. The student recording the class must pick up the recorder at the Circulation Desk on sub-2 of the underground Law Library
  5. After the class has been recorded and the recorder has been returned, a LawIT staff member will upload the file to the streaming media server and send you an email with access instructions. This usually happens within 24 hours.

If you are recording a class for someone:

  • Wait for the email notice that a recorder has been put on hold for you. (If you don't receive by the morning of class to be recorded, please ask at the Circulation Desk)
  • Pick up the recorder at the Circulation Desk on sub-2 of the underground Law Library
  • You will receive a printed copy of the request form filled out by the student who will be missing class; please keep that form with the recorder
  • Return the recorder and the attached form to the Circulation Desk as soon as possible after the class so that the file can be uploaded and the recorder can be made available to others
  • If returned on Friday or over the weekend the recording will not be ready before Monday

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