Law Technology and Academic computing provide services to record your event or class. Video and/or audio recording is available. Please contact Michael Morales to determine your recording needs or if you have any questions.

Making a request

We will only accepts requests submitted by faculty, staff, and organizations. If your recording is a regular request, meaning that it is a classroom recording or guest speaker recording, the request must be made at least 2 weeks in advance. Special events, such as symposiums, must be made at least a month in advance. For consultation in regards to all requests please feel free to contact Michael Morales with any questions you have.

Consent Form

After making your request, a consent form will need to be filled out by the person who is being recorded. This will give us permission to record them. You can find the consent form here.


Recordings can be made available in either DVD, MP3, or posted online through iTunesU. When making your request, please state what the final format will be. Unfortunately, we cannot make a mass duplication of DVDs (over 6) and if you are in need of mass DVD duplication we will refer you to a 3rd party service. There are alternatives such as iTunesU if you need to make a recording available to a large audience.


If you are interested in recording your classes (audio only) and making them available on ITunesU, please contact Michael Morales at to setup a consultation to determine your needs.

Turnaround time

Our turnaround time for recordings is 1-3 weeks. This time may vary based on the number of recordings we are processing. It might be possible that we might not be able to fulfill the request. In this case the request may be sent to Media Services or an outside contractor might be recommended.


If you have any questions or are looking for any other services regarding media, please don’t hesitate to contact Michael Morales with any questions.