Video Conferencing and Classroom Services
Video Recording and Lecture Capture
Panopto Video Platform
Panopto is ETSU's official video platform, offering a single place for you to record,
edit, and share videos. More information coming soon.
The eStudio is a 12' X 15' studio located on the third floor of the Campus Center Building. It is equipped with professional audio, video, and lighting equipment to record presentations or interviews intended for use in online course instruction. Access the eStudio site here.
Tegrity is a legacy lecture capture that was available to ETSU faculty and staff until June 30, 2020. Access the Tegrity Help Desk site here.
Synchronous Web Conferencing
Zoom Web Conferencing
Visit the ETSU Zoom support page which includes helpful guides and resources.
Zoom is a web-based conferencing software used to share information and host meetings
over the internet. It can be used to collaborate via chat, microphone, or webcam to
virtually any device with an internet connection, including computers, laptops, tablets
and smart phones. Entire meetings can be recorded for later viewing.
Who Can Use Zoom?
Pro Zoom accounts are available to all faculty, staff and students at ETSU. To log
in, visit https://etsu.zoom.us and sign in with your current ETSU credentials.
Cisco WebEx is a legacy conferencing system that was available to ETSU faculty and
staff until June 1, 2019.
What about old WebEx recordings?
Recordings stored in WebEx will not be accessible after June 1, 2019.
Recordings can be downloaded, stored, or uploaded to a video hosting service such as YouTube or Stream.
Web Conference Ready Classrooms
All TAF multimedia rooms on the main ETSU campus come equipped with microphones for lecture capture. Over 20 multimedia rooms are equipped with cameras and two-way audio balancing technology for live web conferencing. Access this site for a list of web-conference ready rooms available for synchronous classes.
Instructional Television (ITV)
ITV is a legacy program which allowed live distance education via Polycom Codian Bridge technology. All ITV rooms have been converted to cloud-based web-conference rooms.