CLASS Instructional
Design & Technology
University of Houston
338 McElhinney Hall
Houston, TX 77204-3000
713.743.3918
classidt@uh.edu 

CLASS OET Video Recording Guidelines and Policies

Speakers/Panelists:

All speakers, presenters, professors must sign and email the permission form to classoet@uh.edu to be recorded via camera or mediasite.

The permission form is located at: AUTHORIZATION FOR USE OF IMAGE, VOICE, PERFORMANCE, ARTWORK OR LIKENESS.

Student Participation:

All students must sign and return consent form PRIOR to recording or our staff will not be able to record. Even if students are recorded from audio or back view, each student must sign consent form.

The permission form is located at: AUTHORIZATION FOR USE OF IMAGE, VOICE, PERFORMANCE, ARTWORK OR LIKENESS.

Scheduling:

All presenters must schedule recordings with the CLASS OET office 1 month prior to presentation. Our calendars book up very quickly. You can email classoet@uh.edu or Dr. Linda Davis at ldavis2@uh.edu to schedule your video recordings.

NOTE: Once scheduled, presenters must contact our office at least 24 hours prior to date of recording to cancel a recording.

Starting in Fall 2013, full course video will be limited to two per semester and the classes will meet in the video equipped classroom when available, location is room 207 in Agnes Arnold. Video recordings will not be edited.

Short, focused video clips of 15 minutes or less can be scheduled for recording in the CLASS OET Training Room, Room 338 McElhinney Hall. These clips require an instructional objective be emailed to classoet@uh.edu 2 weeks prior to shooting.

Make-Up Recordings:

CLASS OET staff will coordinate with the presenter to re-record or schedule a make-up recording session on an as-needed basis. All re-recordings and make-up sessions will be filmed in the CLASS OET Training Room, Room 338 McElhinney Hall.

Production:

Recordings will not be edited in any way after the recording. We employ Graduate Student Workers to assist in the video and MediaSite recordings; they are not videographers, so please do not expect professional quality videos.