Access - Access to Panopto will be provided through Moodle. Adding the Panopto Block will give instructors permission to create/share video and audio content. If you don’t have a Moodle course for your class yet, request a course through BearPAWS. ** Staff and non-teaching faculty can request a Moodle course by contacting email@example.com.
Content Ownership - Established agreements set within university contracts will govern rights/ownership of video/audio content created using Panopto by a course’s instructor. All other content created using Panopto is owned by SUNY Potsdam.
Uploads - When uploading video/audio to share, content must be uploaded to Panopto. Media content may no longer be upload to Moodle or stored on Helios.
Student Assignments- Student recorded assignments must be saved for 1 year before an instructor (or the institution) may delete them. This is true even if the Instructor has terminated employment.
Sharing - Panopto content may be shared with all campus users, all users within a Moodle course, specific campus users, and publicly with the world. When sharing publicly, creators should remember that content is being hosted on a SUNY Potsdam site. As with all content on our website, content should adhere to campus policies, guidelines, and standards.
Misuse - Misuse of the Panopto resource could result in loss of privileges. All content within a user’s Panopto account must adhere to campus policies and guidelines and adhere to copyright standards.
Copies - As part of the recording process, Panopto creates files on the user’s local computer. The user is responsible for managing this content including deleting and/or moving it. In addition, standard MP4 files can be created as copies during recording. If users want copies of video/audio content for future use outside of Panopto, users must create and manage their own copies. Copies will not be provided to users at any time by Panopto Administrators.