BruinCast is a service offered and subsidized by the Center for the Advancement of Teaching to video record and/or audio record (podcast) regularly scheduled undergraduate lectures for later playback via on-demand streaming.

Currently, there are 11 lecture halls fully equipped for remotely controlled video recording or audio-only recording, as well as 65 other classrooms set up for video recording using portable equipment or audio-only recording.

To stream BruinCast lecture recordings, please visit CCLE. Access to recordings is usually limited to the students, instructors, teaching assistants and other participants of each specific course.

Faculty interested in signing up for BruinCast can register online here.