Mediasite is the University of Florida’s officially supported platform for viewing your online classes. You can access your Mediasite course library from the course pages hosted on UF’s E-Learning (Sakai/Canvas) system or via the direct links below.
Contact the TAC:
- 206 Heavener Hall
- 236 Hough Hall
- 352.273.0248 | Email (tac at warrington.ufl.edu)
Tuesday & Thursday, periods 3-4
Tuesday & Thursday, periods 7-8
Tuesday & Thursday, periods 6-7
Tuesday & Thursday, periods 5-6
Monday & Wednesday, periods 3-4
Monday & Wednesday, periods 2-3
Tuesday & Thursday, periods 4-5
No live scheduled course
Monday & Wednesday, periods 6-7
Tuesday & Thursday, periods 8-9
Monday & Wednesday, periods 1-2
Monday & Wednesday, periods 8-9
Monday & Wednesday, periods 4-5
Monday & Wednesday, periods 9-10
Monday & Wednesday, periods 5-6
Help Me Choose...
This is the UF recommended and fully supported solution for watching classes on your internet-connected computer or mobile device. Mediasite supports Mac/PC desktop streaming and downloads as well as streaming to just about any modern mobile device connected to WiFi.
Click the “mediasite” button next to your course and login to your mediasite library using GatorLink. The most recent lecture appears at the top of the list and you can optionally download the lecture to your computer from here for offline viewing.
iTunes podcast links are provided as a courtesy for those who would like an alternate method for downloading lectures and syncing them with mobile devices for offline viewing. Subscribing to lecture feeds using the podcast features in iTunes is a convenient way to download and manage your videos. Note, however, that podcasting is not an officially supported UF course distribution service - please do not rely exclusively on iTunes podcast subscriptions to view your assigned lectures.
Launch iTunes. Click the iTunes link for your class; this will automatically open the feed as a podcast in iTunes. Follow the on-screen log in prompts to subscribe to the lecture. Note: You must be registered for the class to subscribe.
This service is provided as a secondary video subscription method to Mediasite. Once subscribed you will be able to view your online courses however you will be giving up a number of Mediasite specific features like user control of multiple video playback windows and content search. IMPORTANT: RSS syndication is only supported for Windows users using Firefox or Internet Explorer. Chrome and Safari do not currently support RSS subscriptions. View the tutorial below to learn more.
Click the RSS button to open a feed, or list, of available lectures in your web browser. Alternatively, if you have one set up, the subscription will open in your default RSS reader. From there you can subscribe to the feed and download your video lectures for offline or mobile device viewing.
How to Succeed in Online Courses
Exams are proctored in the evenings on the UF Campus.
Away from Gainesville?
- Information about off-campus testing can be found on our Taking Courses Online page.