Recordings in the University's Mediasite-equipped locations are requested as part of the normal room booking processes.
Regular room bookings
Regular room bookings are made by Unit Assessors or Course Coordinators via forms made available by the Timetable team in eAcademic. These forms are finalised prior to the relevant teaching session and are where a Unit Assessor or Course Coordinator must indicate the requirement for Mediasite recording of the booking. There are strict timelines for this process and staff are reminded of timetable deadlines by email.
Casual room bookings
Casual bookings of Mediasite-equipped locations can be made by staff and students using the Room Booking Online Form. Booking Online Form. As part of completing this form, you are required to specify whether Mediasite recording is required for the booking.
Information regarding the requirement for a regular or casual room booking to be recorded is passed to the Mediasite team who then arrange for the recording to take place.
If you would like confirmation that your casual room booking will be recorded, please contact the Mediasite team via the TS Service Desk.
For general information on University room bookings, please contact the Timetable team at email@example.com or by calling 02 6626 9353.
Mediasite recording facilities are available in the following locations across the University
Gold Coast campus:
Coffs Harbour campus:
Mediasite recordings can also be arranged in other locations where only videoconferencing equipment is available. This is done by making a videoconference connection with a Mediasite-equipped location - a process known as far-end recording.
For a list of University locations with videoconferencing facilities, please visit the Facilities and equipment page on Technology Services' Videoconferencing website.
After the recording has been completed and processed, it will be made available on the My Mediasite portal of the academic staff member where management and editing tasks can be performed.
If the recording is associated with a unit of study, it will be made available on that unit's Learning Site on a catalogue page in the 'Lectures' content area, from where it can be accessed by unit teaching staff and students currently enrolled in the unit.