TEGRITY Courses Purged at End of Semester – FS 2015

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On December 8, 2015

IMPORTANT! Please read the following message VERY carefully!

Educational Technology (EdTech) will be purging ALL course sessions stored in Tegrity at close of business on Friday, January 8, 2016.

Missouri S&T’s usage agreement with Tegrity limits us to only 500 hours of recordings per semester. This means we MUST remove all recordings from Tegrity at the end of each semester in order to ensure we have enough space available for recordings in the next semester.


If you used Tegrity lecture capture to record your class sessions, those recordings will be removed permanently from Tegrity’s servers. This includes any recordings in your private course. All Tegrity users are given a private course in addition to their regular courses (listed as “<NAME> Private Course” in the course list inside of Tegrity).

Due to changes in Tegrity, it is no longer a relatively simple process to download recordings for backups! Instead, the current process is very time and labor intensive as the downloaded video recordings are stored in a VERY non-intuitive location and are NOT labeled with a proper recording name–it’s just a random hash of characters.

For this reason, we STRONGLY encourage contacting EdTech for assistance if you need to maintain a copy of your video recordings–we can also help convert those recordings to Kaltura-compatible format so you can then add them to a course as a streaming video file later

NOTE: In previous semesters, it was possible for instructors and students to “subscribe” to a Tegrity recording as a podcast through iTunes. The current version of Tegrity is apparently having difficulty interfacing properly with the most recent versions of iTunes. This means that iTunes no longer downloads the Tegrity recordings properly.

Any instructor who would like assistance in backing up their Tegrity recordings is strongly encouraged to contact the Help Desk at 573-341-HELP or online at help.mst.edu. EdTech will be glad to provide that assistance.

More information about Tegrity lecture capture can be found at:


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