Video Operations offers numerous services to students, faculty, and staff for instructional purposes at The University of Iowa College of Law.
- Recording Classes, Skill Exercises, Special Events and Other Projects
- Training on Portable and Installed Educational Technology Display Equipment
- Training on Public Address Systems
- Delivering/Recording Cable Programming
Recording Classes and Events
Subject to the College of Law's General Policy on Recording Classes for Students, Video Operations (VO) may video record classes and skill exercises for students. Students must comply with their instructors' or organizations' policies and with VO procedures for requesting and using this service to assure proper, effective use of service.Videos are available for four weeks after the record date. After that time they are automatically removed from the system.
The Video Operations department also has several "Flip" cameras available for checkout for Law Events and Classes. To check out cameras, visit the staff in room 110 or e-mail us.
Classroom Video System (CVS) Project for Digital Recording
Regularly scheduled classes in Rooms 115, 125, 225, 235, 245, 265, 275, and 285 are digitally recorded. To request a class be recorded or to view a video, visit the Online Recording Request Form, log in, and follow the appropriate link. Requests are subject to the instructors' recording policies (click the link to view). Students may visit room 130 of the Law Library to watch video streams or borrow headphones at the Law Library Circulation Desk.
Contact Video Operations
By E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Walk-In: 110 Boyd Law Building
Phone: (319) 335-9136