Can a faculty member record their class via Zoom?

Yes, a faculty member may do this, but must also securely store the recordings and destroy them at the end of the semester. If a faculty member intends to use the recordings after the end of the semester, any type of identifying information must be removed. In addition, a faculty member must inform students that they are being recorded by sharing the following language with them: “Video and audio recordings of class lectures will be part of the classroom activity. The video and audio recording is used for educational use/purposes and only may be made available to all students presently enrolled in the class. For purposes where the recordings will be used in future class session/lectures, any type of identifying information will be adequately removed.”