Audio Recording | Glean
Accessibility Resources may recommend that a student with a qualifying disability be permitted to audio record class lectures as a form of academic accommodation. There are a few different ways a student may audio record lecture. The main form of audio recording provided to students is Glean.
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Use of the accommodation of audio recording class lectures is subject to the following conditions:
- Recording of lectures are only for the student's personal use in study and preparation related to the class.
- The student may not share recordings with any other person, whether or not that person is in his/her class.
- The student acknowledges that the recordings are sources, the use of which in any academic work is governed by the rules of academic conduct.
- The student agrees to destroy any recordings that were made when they are no longer needed for his/her academic work.
Some classes involve discussion of confidential material which is not appropriate to be audio-recorded.
Students who have been granted permission to audio record class lectures must agree to abide by each of these provisions. Eligible students should notify Accessibility Resources which class they intend to record and sign an agreement form on MavAccess prior to using this accommodation.