Given that you might have students who cannot join live synchronous sessions due to illness or some other factor, it is a best practice, when possible and appropriate, to record your class sessions. You should encourage the students who are present to participate, but you cannot require them to do so.
To facilitate the free exchange of ideas during lectures, if you intend to record a lecture with student participation, students must be advised, via e-mail and at the beginning of the semester that you intend to record all or some of your class sessions. In addition, you should verbally remind students at the beginning of any recorded class session that the session, including their participation, is being recorded. Students should not be required to participate in the recorded conversation and should be encouraged to ask questions off-line if they elect not to participate in class. Further, the recorded sessions may be used only by the instructor and the registered students solely for internal class purposes and only during the term in which the course is being offered. Under certain limited conditions, such as privacy concerns related to content or class discussions, and with permission from the Dean or Regional President or their designee, instructors may choose not to record a class session.