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Recording Classes and Events in Central Pool Classrooms

Recording systems are available in these twelve Central Pool classrooms as part of the campus-wide Panopto initiative:

Instructors and/or their staff designees may request recording services for any class or event conducted in these classrooms, provided that the class/event is specifically intended for exclusive viewing by members of the Penn community. Please note that students may not initiate requests for recording services in Central Pool classrooms.

Classes/events recorded in Central Pool classrooms consist of audio — e.g., microphone, computer audio, Blu-ray™/DVD audio — and any images displayed by the primary projector in the classroom. Recording of activities via a camera is also available in Graduate Education Building 200, Graduate Education Building 203, and Levin Building Auditorium.

Each classroom is also equipped with annotation capabilities that allow instructors to use a touchscreen to electronically highlight or otherwise illustrate the images that are displayed on the primary projector. Any annotation of the projected images during a recorded class/event will also appear on the processed recording. Contact the classroom's local support provider for more information about the use of annotation.

Before recording classes, we recommend that you review our classroom recording best practices overview.

Scheduling Recordings for Academic Courses and Course–Related Events

  • Prior to requesting recording services, a request to schedule the desired classroom, date(s), and time must be submitted to and approved by the Registrar's Office. Requests for use of Central Pool classrooms for an academic event should be submitted using the Academic Event Scheduling Form.

  • To request recording services for course-related events, please complete the Academic Event Recording Scheduling Form. Requesters will be required to provide a course number so that the resulting recordings can be posted properly in Canvas. Up to two (2) business days may be required to complete your request.

  • Recording times will strictly adhere to the start time and duration that you provide on the request form. Any content presented prior to or after a recording session will not be captured.

Scheduling Recordings for Events Not Related to Academic Courses

Recordings that are not tied to a specific academic course should be scheduled by contacting the Recording Administrator for your School:

Graduate School of Education
School of Arts and Sciences
School of Design
School of Engineering and Applied Science
School of Nursing
School of Social Policy and Practice

Changing and/or Canceling Recording Requests

If you need to change or cancel a recording request — or if you have any questions — please contact the Recording Administrator for your School:

Graduate School of Education
School of Arts and Sciences
School of Design
School of Engineering and Applied Science
School of Nursing
School of Social Policy and Practice
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