College of Law > Law Library > Technology > Classroom Technology > Video Streaming & Recording
Video recording by student technology assistants is generally available during weekday business hours with
72 hours advance notice to LTT@depaul.edu .
Assistance during evenings and weekends
may be possible as the student workers’ schedule permits, with prior arrangement
well in advance. (One week minimum, but the more notice the better.)
Zoom teleconferencing is available to all DePaul faculty and staff at the Pro tier (up to 100 participants, meeting length up to 24 hours, recording available) at https://depaul.zoom.us - use your Campus Connect credentials to log in. See the
Zoom FAQ for more details.
The following College of Law conference rooms have Logitech Group teleconferencing systems with a remote movable/zoomable camera and tabletop microphones:
Lewis 100ALewis 316Lewis 318Lewis 518Lewis 610 (Law Library Rare Book Room)Lewis 708O'Malley 1054
Panopto is an online learning application for recording classroom lectures, meetings, etc. for live or later viewing. Panopto is fully integrated with D2L and the contents of a Panopto recording of a given course are restricted to students enrolled in that course.
Features of Panopto:
If you are unfamiliar with Panopto, please contact us at
firstname.lastname@example.org or contact
go.depaul.edu/FITSCentral, to schedule training on the Panopto system at DePaul University. You can also visit Panopto, http://panopto.com, to learn more at your own pace.
More Panopto info:
To access Panopto, log in to D2L, click More (top right), and select Panopto from the navigation menu.
Before adding Panopto to your course set in D2L, you need to set a folder for the class you plan to record via Panopto.
Set the Panopto folder in one of two ways: