Audio/Video Recording Policies and Retention
This page informs users on the policies, procedures and retention guidelines for audio and video recording in any of the UC Irvine School of Law classrooms. For further information on audio/video capabilities in any of the UC Irvine School of Law classrooms, please refer to the Audio Visual Classroom page.
Requesting Class Recordings
To request any classroom recordings, please use the on-line Class Recording Request Form, found under Quick Links in the Student Portal. Type in a short explanation of the reason you will miss class in the form's text box.
If your instructor's name does not appear in the drop-down menu, then s/he permits class recordings only if required as an ADA accommodation. If you would like to let your professor know that you will be out but there is no way to do so through the on-line form, please send an email to the instructor explaining your absence.
Requesting Event Recordings
To request event recordings, please coordinate with the Events Manager, Crissandra Flores at email@example.com.
Class Recording Policies
- Class recordings are provided to students with an approved accommodation or as a supplement to the course materials. Any attempt to create a copy of any of the recorded content is prohibited, including screen captures, analog recordings, postings, etc.
- Permission to record must be received directly from the faculty member teaching the course. Recordings required as an ADA accommodation will be requested by the Assistant Dean for Students Services or Director of Student Life.
- Requests must be made in sufficient time for the faculty member to receive the request and respond to it; the faculty member's approval must be received no later than thirty minutes prior to start of class to guarantee class recording.
- If students would like to use their own device to record audio/video in the class, they must receive permission from the instructor.
- The web address to the classroom recordings will be distributed to the class by the faculty member who is teaching the course or the instructor's faculty assistant.
- It is at the discretion of the faculty member, the Assistant Dean for Student Services or the Director of Student Life to distribute the web address to the applicable parties.
- The Information Technology Services department will only distribute the classroom recording web address to the person who requested the recording.
- A class recording will take one business day to process before a web address is available for viewing.
- Portable digital copies (ie. CD, DVD, jump drive) are not available for distribution.
Permission to View Class Recordings
By default, only Law School faculty, administrative staff, or students will have the ability to view class recordings. Any third-party or external viewing is not available.
Class Recording Retention
All class recordings will be retained for one full term following the term that the recording took place, unless explicity requested by the Assistant Dean for Student Services and/or the faculty.
Event Recording Policies
Note: The following event recording policies apply to the recording equipment that is already built into the classrooms within the Law School for faculty, staff and student viewing. If there are other special recording needs that you may have for an event that is not within one of these classrooms, or for people outside the Law School, please plan accordingly with your event coordinator.
- Requests must be made by the event's coordinator.
- Requests must be made no later than fifteen minutes prior to event to guarantee event recording.
- The web address to an event recording will be distributed by the event's coordinator.
- The event coordinator has the discretion to distribute the web address to the applicable parties.
- The Information Technology Services department will distribute the event recording's web address only to the person who requested the recording.
- An event recording will take one business day to process before a web address is available for viewing.
- It is the event coordinator's responsibility to ensure that all parties are aware that they are being recorded and to collect the participants' completed Release Form.
- Portable digital copies (i.e. CD, DVD, jump drive) are not available for distribution.
Event Recording Permissions
By default, only Law School faculty, administrative staff, or students will have the ability to view event recordings. Any public viewing of recordings must get approval from the event coordinator and/or representative(s) of the event.
Event Recording Retention
All event recordings will be deleted 6 months after the event unless explicitly requested to be retained by a member of the Law School faculty or staff.
Last Updated: 01/26/2017