As we increase the size and variety of files that need to be stored with other faculty, students, and staff here at UIS, the Center for Online Learning, Research, and Services and Information Technology Services has put together the following list of file types and a recomended location for you to store them so that you are able to share them with the appropriate people.
If you have a file type that is not listed in below, please contact Emily Boles [206.8311 or Welch.Emily@uis.edu] Kara McElwrath [206.8237 or firstname.lastname@example.org], or Jeff Sudduth [206.8350 or email@example.com]Lecture Capture
In Classroom Camtasia Relay, Echo 360[BRK 141A/B, UHB 2025,
DIY (Do-It-Yourself) Camtasia Relay
Scheduled Location Echo 360[BRK 141A/B, UHB 2025, UHB 3080]
Video from personal camera for teaching purposes UIS Servers
Recordings from students YouTube, If not YouTube, Model Release Form
Video from publishers Library
Analog sources Library
Student Self-Critique (recorded by UIS or required by instructor for evaluation)
SMART board video captures UIS Servers
Audio (.mp3 or AAC) iTunesU (public or private or shared by multiple instructors)
eDocs Department or personal account
Images eDocs Department or personal account
Flash (SWF) eDocs Department or personal account
Transferring files to ITS/COLRS Staff eDocs Department or personal account
Portable Document Format (.pdf) eDocs Department or personal account
iTunesU (public or private or shared by multiple instructors)
Microsoft Product Files (.docx/.xlsx/.pptx) eDocs Department or personal account
HTML eDocs Department or personal account
SMART Board Notebook (.notebook) eDocs Department or personal account
RAW Media (Video or Images with Multiple Editors) Short-Term Storage SkyDrive, Personal hard drive
Media Public (ITS server space, cleaned every Monday, everyone can edit/access/delete)
RAW Media (Video or Images) Long Term Storage Cloud service (SkyDrive, DropBox, etc.)
Personal USB drives
Blackboard course archive files that users create Personal USB drives
Elluminate Recording Export (mp4 or flv) UIS servers
Free Mind (.mm) eDocs Department or personal account
What do I do if my PowerPoint is too large?
What if my PowerPoint has audio?
What if my department or I run out of space of eDocs?
Users that require additional space for academic or administrative needs may submit a request by emailing Technical Support Center (firstname.lastname@example.org). Requests should include an explanation of the need for additional space.
Where are my Echo 360 recordings stored?
Where are my Camtasia Relay videos stored?
How do I know if my department has eDocs space? / Who is in charge of my department’s eDocs space?
Contact the Technology Support Center at 206-6000 or e-mail email@example.com. They will be able to provide you with the name of your deparment’s eDocs administrator.