On-campus and virtual classroom environments at the Wake Forest University School of Business have the capability to record classes digitally. Class recordings are only available for viewing if all students in a program complete the recording agreement AND the instructor approves the recording.
Student Agreement Completion
During Orientation, all students in each program are asked to complete the Class Recording Agreement (see below). If one student in a program does not agree to recording, the IT Department will not allow recordings in that program.
Typically, all agreements are submitted within the first two weeks of the program's first semester. However, there are instances where some students do not complete the agreement in a timely fashion. In those cases, the IT Department will hold the recording until all agreements for a particular program have been completed.
If a class recording is being held due to student agreement completion status, please contact your Integrated Student Services representative. Your tracks agreement completion status for your program and cohort.
Class Recording Agreement for Students
On-campus and virtual classroom environments at the Wake Forest University School of Business have the capability to record classes digitally. The recorded sessions can be made available online, are for educational purposes only, and are intended to provide flexibility when students are unable to attend class.
Students should understand that under University policy, permission given by a member of the faculty or staff to record a class is limited to the permission to record for personal viewing only. It is, for example, never permissible to copy, file-share, sell, distribute, or publish such recordings outside of the university. Likewise, the university respects all students' right of privacy and will not allow the recording of class unless all parties, faculty, staff and students consent to be recorded.
Students may not copy, make derivatives from, distribute, or disseminate such recordings in any medium without the permission of the University. The University asserts no copyright in creative work such as film or video that is authored by students or student groups using resources available to them.
Students should assume that any class in which they are participants may be recorded. If they are uncertain and need clarification, they should consult the School of Business IT Department.
I release and hold harmless Wake Forest University and the Wake Forest University School of Business, its directors, trustees, agents and employees from all claims and demands arising out of any use of these photographs or videos.