UNITE Streaming Video and Podasts


UNITE offers live and asynchronous access to course lectures for a variety of courses to students who enroll in a UNITE section of a course. 

Live Access: Streaming Video 
For live lectures, UNITE streams video to your computer (proper, free software and a fast Internet connection is required).  

Asynchronous Access: Streaming Video Archives and Video Podcasts 
Streaming Video archives also require a fast Internet connection while viewing. Or downloadable video and audio podcasts to your computer, iPad or other device.  Use our RSS feeds to automate the podcast download schedule. 

The streaming video archives and podcasts are typically available about an hour after each course session and are available until the last day of Finals Week for that semester.

This is designed to afford UNITE-enrolled students courses any time/any place access. Students can view course meetings live as streaming videos and contact the instructor live via phone. Access to streaming video archives, downloadable video and audio podcasts are typically available within an hour of the end of each class meeting, Access to streaming video archives and podcasts end with the final exam (and you need to delete any downloaded material from the semester, see Policies). 

Viewing courses may require the installation of appropriate free client software on your computer. Please see the System Requirements section for information on the minimum specifications needed for viewing and where to obtain the free QuickTime software.