Tegrity taps the power of today’s smart devices to create a powerful mobile learning environment for students.

Only Tegrity has Native iOS and Android Apps

No one does mobile like Tegrity, the only lecture capture solution with native apps for iPod Touch and iPhone, iPad and Android devices. And the Tegrity Mobile App lets students do much more than simply view recorded content. It provides students with a personalized learning environment that they can access from just about anywhere through today’s most popular mobile devices.

All course content in one place

The Tegrity Mobile App lets students access recordings across all their courses, in one place. Simply click on the desired course on the top of the screen, and all recordings for that course are shown. The courses presented are based on the user’s enrollment, which is determined via the real-time connection that Tegrity’s advanced AAIRS™ integration technology maintains with the CMS/LMS.

Recording Capability

Starting July 2012, the Tegrity Mobile App allows students and instructors to record content anytime, anywhere using their Apple iOS or Android Mobile device. This capability will be particularly beneficial to students who need to record projects such as business presentations or oral foreign language assignments. The app will also allow instructors to bring material such as geosciences field work or theatrical productions into the classroom.

Controlled access

The Tegrity Mobile App works seamlessly with Tegrity's advanced AAIRS™ integration technology in order to authenticate users with the institution's authentication authority, allowing only those students with the appropriate credentials to view course recordings.

Stream content - no downloads required

Tegrity Campus streams content to the Tegrity Mobile App over the air, so there’s no need for the student to first connect to a computer in order to download content. Rather, as soon as a recording is completed and uploaded, it will instantly become accessible through the Tegrity Mobile App as long as an Internet connection is available.

Search Anything™ Mobile

Students can search through recordings in order to find what they are looking for on the Tegrity web interface, so why wouldn’t they want to do the same on their mobile device. They would of course, which is why the Tegrity Mobile App supports full search capability, letting students quickly find the content they need to review.

Take Notes

iPad users can use their device to take notes live in class. If the student sees something of interest being presented on screen by their instructor, a click of a button will take the image and pop it into their notes. All the notes and images are time stamped, so when a student is preparing for an exam, clicking on any of the notes they took will start playing the recording at the moment they took those notes in class.

Live Bookmarks

If a student is sitting live in class, and the instructor says something important, the student can click a button on the Tegrity Mobile App to insert a bookmark in the recording at that very moment. Later during review, they can click the bookmark they had set and instantly jump within the recording to that moment in class.

Fully animated screens

Any instructional video or animated slides captured by Tegrity are shown in their fully-animated state through the Tegrity Mobile App. For example, if a math instructor creates a recording in Tegrity using a document camera that shows, step-by-step, how the equation is solved, you’ll see every swipe of the pen as you watch it through the Tegrity Mobile App.

Speed it up, slow it down

As students view Tegrity recordings through the Tegrity Mobile App, they can easily speed up or slowdown playback speed. This is great for ESL students who want to slow the rate of the instructor’s speech, or the medical school student that wants to increase the playback speed in order to review a large amount of content as efficiently as possible.

No Tegrity App for your device? No problem.

Tegrity Campus can also automatically create podcast, enhanced podcast and vodcast versions of each recording in order to support playback on just about any mobile device carried by students, such as MP3 players, classic iPods and others.