TEGRITY - Getting Started in Firefox

Tegrity allows the instructor to record any activity on his/her screen as well as any lecture given in front of his/her computer. This program can be used to enhance learning for distance, blended, and on-campus courses. Lecture recordings captured by Tegrity are archived; therefore the students can view them at any time. Students can also add bookmarks to any point of the video that they might have a question or comment about. Instructors can add bookmarks as well.

Getting Started in Firefox

  1. Open the Mozilla Firefox web browser.
  2. Login to Canvas.
  3. Navigate to the course in which you would like to record a Tegrity session.
  4. Click Tegrity Classes. Note: If you are not using Tegrity for your class, you can hide the link from students in Canvas.
  5. You may see a pop-up Security Warning dialog box. Click OK.


  6. Firefox may prevent the Tegrity window from opening, be sure to click Options and then click Allow pop-ups for mst.instructure.com.


  7. If this is your first time using Tegrity to record a lecture, you will be prompted to download "TegRunner.exe." Click Save File.


  8. The Downloads window will pop up and show the "TegRunner.exe" file. Double-click it to open it.


  9. You will be prompted to allow this program to run. Click Run.


  10. A window will then show the progress of the Tegrity application preparing your Tegrity Recording. Once this reaches 100% you will be able to set up your Tegrity session to record a class.