How to: Change Delivery Options

By altering Tegrity’s delivery settings, you can enable or disable a variety of settings. This includes enabling podcasts, allowing students to download and print recordings and allowing audio searching, among others.

How to access Delivery settings

1. Access your Tegrity environment.
2. Click on any course located on your Active Courses tab from your Tegrity home screen.
3. Select the Course Tasks button above your recordings. Click Course Settings from the drop-down menu.

Delivery settings

The settings screen will appear, as shown below. Focus on the delivery options, highlighted in red.

Checking the box next to a setting means that the setting will be activated.

  • Allow students to download recordings:  When checked (default setting), students can download class recordings to their computers for viewing later when they do not have internet access.
  • “Enable MP3 podcast”, “Enable Enhanced Podcast”, “Enable Enhanced Video Podcast”: When checked, recording is available to be downloaded as an MP3 audio-only, enhanced (audio + slides) podcast, or video podcast (vodcast).
  • Enable video streaming to iOS and Android apps: When checked, users can stream podcast versions of recordings to the Tegrity app on their iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch or Android device.
  • Enable RSS support: When checked, allows users to subscribe to an RSS feed for the course that provides notification when a new recording is available.
  • Disable student printing: When checked, this setting prevents students from printing the thumbnails/chapters that were created as part of the recordings.
  • Enable audio search: When checked, this setting enables search of audio content. (Note: This option requires significant processing resources and training of the speech-to-text engine within the computer. Do not use this option unless necessary.)
  • Enable Webcast: When checked, this setting allows instructor to stream the instructional content window to users enrolled in the course while the recording is being created.
  • Post Recordings to Twitter: Instructors can connect to their Twitter account and post recording links from Tegrity to their followers.

For more information on recording options, click here.

For more information on publishing settings, click here.

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