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Contact Instructional Design:

Bryan Campus
Jean Anderson
Student Center
Room-238 979-209-7486

Brenham Campus
Arts & Sciences Bldg.
Linda Reed
Arts and Sciences Room -211

Tegrity Lecture Capture

What is Tegrity?

Tegrity software allows instructors, or students, to record audio, video, and computer screen activity which is combined into a "Tegrity session". Each Tegrity session is available on-demand via the Internet for replay by students. Instructors may pre-record class lectures, and/or record live in class sessions. Students may upload their own recordings for review by their instructor. The Tegrity system includes a remote test proctoring feature, a Tegrity mobile app, student recording capability, importing of video clips, Tegrity book marking, and more.

Please review the Tegrity Summer 2013 Updates linked below - Tegrity is new and different!

Links to Review Update Information Webinars. Please ‘fast forward” to the end for the Q&A portions as each webinar had a lot of variety on questions!  

Tegrity App - View and/or record videos via mobile devices. Learn more here.

Tegrity App

How can Tegrity recordings help my students to learn?

What equipment do I need to get started?

  • For audio and desktop content recording in your office or home you need a microphone (headset) or web camera with microphone that connects to your computer.
  • To record audio and desktop content in the classroom you need a classroom microphone. Request a Classroom Microphone for your classroom.
  • For video recording you need a web camera or camcorder to record a video of yourself, a demonstration, or a tour of your surroundings

Help and How To's

Help for Students - from Tegrity - Quick Reference Guide, the Basics of Viewing, and the How to's of Downloading and Viewing Recordings on Mobile Devices

Use the self-help files linked below to learn how to log in, record, edit, and manage Tegrity recordings.

In addition, visit Tegrity's Help for Student's page, or Tegrity's Help for Instructors Page

Please go to the Instructional Design Training and Registration page to request individual or group training.

Log in to Tegrity - Select any of following log in methods

View a Recording




Tegrity Test Proctoring

Upload Problems?

Visit the Instructional Design Training and Registration page to request individual or group training