Classroom Capture

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Classroom Capture Types Available

Ease of Use Level I-V Recorded Audio Recorded Roaming Audio Record "Talking Head" Video Screen Capture Turn Camera On Class Storage Options
Level I

Portable equipment with all of the basic needs for any capturing projects.
Zoom HD
Zoom HD Camcorder Guide
Yes No Yes
See Note 1
See Note 3
Yes 3GB SD card (included)
Level IV

Installed equipment with basic needs met for capturing presentations.
Separate audio for presenter and presentation media.
as well as additional webcam for capturing Presenter independent of the presentation media.
Chafee 244, CBLS 010, 100
Installed Accordent Rooms
Accordent Capture Guide
Yes Yes Yes Yes
(captures only what is sent to room's projector)
Camera tracks Local Hard Drive and on OSHEN Servers


Note 1 = If camera is directed at person speaking.
Note 2 = Requires a URI Podcast Server account. Email Mike Stewart at for individual account.
Note 3 = If camera is directed at screen.
Note 4 = Requires separate Document Camera.

Equipment Policy

Equipment Policy for Capture Kits are located:

The Faculty and Staff Equipment Inventory Page

Further Help

On-Campus Assistance

Equipment pick-up will be at the Classroom Media Assistance main office in the Robert L. Carothers Library, Lower Level, Room LL4 (inside the large computer lab).
To request training with the equipment, please contact Dan Persaud

More information about Lecture Capture options at URI.

At Classroom Media Assistance, we know that not everything functions appropriately 100% of the time. If you run into any problems while using this or any classroom equipment on campus, we are available in the lower level of Carothers Library in the computer lab 7 days a week during the semester for URI student and faculty convenience.

Hours of Operation:
Monday-Thursday 8AM-11:30PM
Friday 8AM-7PM
Saturday 10AM-4PM
Sunday 1-11:30PM

Phone: (401)874-4278


Information Available Online

For more information on this system or any of the General Assignment Classrooms on the Kingston campus, please visit the CMA homepage,
From the right panel of the page, click either the Classrooms or the Information Technology Services links which lead to lists of all of the self-help articles available. From this list, select whichever option best fits your needs.