Q. What is the process for requesting an exemption from the recording process?
A. You’ll need to submit an exemption request in writing to your Teaching Program Director. Include as much information as possible about the topic, and why you feel it isn’t suitable for recording. You must submit the request no later that 2 working days before the scheduled lecture.
The Teaching Program Director will either grant or deny an exemption. If an exemption is granted, the Topic Coordinator should contact the video support team, The video support team will cancel recordings, which will remove all associated links from FLO. If some or all of the topic lectures won’t be recorded, the Topic Coordinator should post an announcement to students in FLO notifying them that this is the case. This should be done as early as possible in the semester. This is for the benefit of students who cannot attend some or all lectures due to external commitments.
Lectures cancelled due to absence or illness do not need to go through the exemption process. Email email@example.com to cancel the scheduled recording.
If you need to remove a recording from FLO after the event (e.g. due to the disclosure of confidential information), notify firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible after the lecture.