Life happens and sometimes instructors and learners need to revisit a lesson. It's easy to record and share within Engageli so you and your learners have access to all resources!
Recording Settings (Pre-Class)
Class recordings can be configured to include or exclude student video feeds.
1. To access recording settings, open the Engageli portal and find your class.
2. Under Details > Configuration, make sure to check Record Student Videos if you want to include the video feeds of learners who raise their hands and/or join the podium in class recordings. Leaving this option blank will make it so that recordings only include the audio of learners.
Note: Settings will persist between class sessions. This means the setting(s) you selected most recently will be the default for future classes unless you change it.
3. Once you have configured your recording setup, complete sign-in, and start class.
Recording During Class
1. Once class has started, click on the Green Dot on the Podium to begin recording.
2. While recording, you can pause, stop or play the recording at any time.
3. If you want to pause the recording, click Stop.
4. If/when you want to resume the recording, click the Play button (Continue Recording).
5. The recording will stop when class ends. After class, the recording will be emailed to the email address that you used to sign into Engageli. The recording link is sent from a "do not reply" address so if you don’t see it within five minutes, please check Spam.
Recordings After Class
After class, you can access recordings in the Engageli Portal.
1. Under your class, go to Recordings and you will see a list of all recordings.
2. You can easily change the name of the recordings by clicking on the titles.
Learner Playback (Study Halls)
While you could send out the recording link via email, Engageli has Study Halls available to students. Study Halls are open classrooms where learners can, independently or in a group of up to 10, access class content and engage with the material. In a Study Hall, learners can review videos, participate in polls, ask and answer questions in the Q&A, take notes, and - if in a group - chat, talk, and learn together. To learn more about this, click here.