How can I request a MyMedia account for my course?
If you are uploading video content for a course, it might make sense (we would recommend this) to request a MyMedia account specifically for each course versus uploading video under one teaching team member's UTORid. This allows access to see the videos regardless of who uploaded the content and it can be helpful to provide some organization to your videos by course.
- Email the MyMedia support team to request a new MyMedia account.
- Share the account information with the project team.
- Once created, login with the new account to upload content
Before you begin
- Navigate to the MyMedia homepage.
1. Email the MyMedia support team to request a new MyMedia account.
When creating a new account, you should provide the following in your request:
- Primary contact email. This email will receive updates of the account and will be the main point person on the account so it should be someone who will be remaining with the course for a long time.
- Username for account. Consider using the course code as the username (e.g. "ECE241"), but do not include any term or year information. You'll likely want to use the account from year to year. This account information might appear publicly (as the video's uploading account).
- Use the information provided near the login to request a personlized MyMeda account by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org to request a new MyMedia account.
2. Share the account information with the project team.
Once the account is created, you can share the login information with those who will be uploading the video content. Only those who need to share or make changes to videos will need access to this information, but it can be helpful to share in case a video needs to be uploaded or replaced unexpectedly.
If the ETO is assisting your with uploading videos, please email the login credentials to email@example.com.
Create a new password. You will be provided with a password when your account is created. You can change this password but try not to use an existing password (e.g. your UTORid password).