Below are things to expect when taking a distance course produced by the Video Communications Center.
The beginning of the video will have an opening slide with music playing. This will continue until your professor is ready to start class.
Class is recording as it is happening. The professor and on-campus students have microphones so you can hear their questions and conversations. If you are not hearing the on-campus student's questions, let the VCC know. If there is a break during class, a break time slide will appear along with music.
During class, you can contact the VCC producer directly by using the chat feature within Zoom. You can also talk to the professor and other distance students using the chat. A producer will be monitoring the chat while class is live.
If you would like to download class lectures, you will need to get permission from the professor. They are their intellectual property and it is up to them who can save it.