Classroom Recordings and Use of Class Materials

Williams College seeks to protect the integrity of what transpires in the classroom among students and professor, any course materials prepared by the professor, and the privacy of students and faculty.   With this in mind, Williams College prohibits any recording (audio or video) of lectures, seminars, or other classroom activities without the express permission of the instructor.  Authorized recordings (including any made in order to accommodate ADA considerations) and all other course materials (including any materials posted on Glow or other Course Managements site) may only be used for the purposes of an individual’s (or group’s) study in the course, and may not be shared with any wider audience on or off campus unless the instructor has explicitly given such permission.  Violations of this policy would be considered a violation of community standards and would fall under the disciplinary processes in place at the College.