Guide to Recording Content on Campus

This process will cover requests by academic colleagues to return to campus in order to self-record teaching materials for the next academic year and should be read in conjunction with the University’s ‘Guidance on returning to work’. It does not include the filming of teaching and/or lab practical’s.

It was agreed by the Senior Education Team that coming onto campus to record teaching materials should be an exception and HEFi has shared a number of resources to support the recording of materials at home. Further guidance can be accessed on the HEFi website.

None Lab Based Recording Process

The Teaching & Learning building has been opened and Seminar rooms 109 and 119 can be used for recording. They are currently available on Tuesday and Thursday between 09:00-12:00 and 14:00 and 17:00.

Alternate rooms will be available where required. TAMU will manage the rooms in line with existing processes including social distancing and cleaning regimes.

  • A request needs to be made to the relevant Head of Education/Director of Education for approval to record on campus
  • If the HoE/DoE is satisfied that the request is necessary and other alternatives have been exhausted then a booking request will need to be made by the requester to TAMU via 
  • On the request to TAMU please confirm
  •  -  Name and contact details
  •  -  Time and date preferred
  •  -  Length of time required 
  •  -  Whether Large Whiteboards are required
  • TAMU will either confirm the request or suggest alternative arrangements
  • Director of Operations authorisation will need to be requested to come onto campus
  • DoOP approval will be granted via an email to the individual
  • All College content recording approvals will then be sent in a collated list by the College to
  • TAMU staff are available during the opening hours to support the use of the teaching rooms and equipment therein.

Lab Based Content Recording

  • Staff that require access to Labs for the recording of teaching material should follow local procedures.


For more information on frequently asked questions around this subject please visit the Intranet.