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Multimedia services are available to faculty to aid in course delivery.
We’ll provide project management from initial planning to finished products and serve as liaisons between faculty and multiple service departments involved in a project. The following list includes a sample of the variety of services we offer:
- PowerPoint lectures and screencasts recorded as narrated videos for the Flipped Classroom
- Video and audio digitization of analog formats and multimedia file conversion
- Custom instructional animations for the classroom or web
- Quicktime "virtual reality" movies that allow 360-degree rotation and panning
- Digital art and illustrations for PowerPoint
- Documents prepared for the web
- 3D scanning
Training and Consultation
In addition to one-on-one consultations, we offer instructional workshops for faculty and staff who want to build their own multimedia and web-based materials. We also research, evaluate, and recommend hardware and software for distance learning and multimedia production and delivery.
The Center for Teaching and Learning has a diverse collection of stock photos, clip art, and music for multimedia projects. We also subscribe to a variety of multimedia publications.
Emerging Technologies Lab
For those with an interest in learning to create their own multimedia materials, we also offer a space for faculty called the Emerging Technologies lab. This facility features a modest number of stations with access to professional software and accessories to create dynamic screencasts, podcasts, videos, and other forms of engaging multimedia with hands-on assistance from ITS staff.
For more information about using our multimedia services, technology workshops, or to set up an appointment, please contact Bryan Beverly at firstname.lastname@example.org.