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Campus Support for Faculty Creating Video Resources

Describes sources of support for faculty who are considering using video as an instructional component in courses.

Digital Media Commons

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The Digital Media Commons at the Duderstadt Center provides a deep and broad range of media services, facilities, and expert staff to support the use of digital media in teaching and learning. A 3600 square foot video production studio, complete with movable lighting grid, multiple HD cameras, and other professional-level equipment is available to the entire University community. Multimedia editing stations elsewhere in the building can be used to edit video and do post-production work. DMC staff lead workshops on video editing, video production techniques, and can customize workshops to the needs of faculty or classes. Consultants are available to advise on the use or purchase of equipment, and on developing engaging content.

More information:

GroundWorks media conversion lab is the best place to begin a discussion of a project, or to learn more about the DMC. GroundWorks is open 24 hours a day during the school year, and is staffed with consultants 9am-9pm Monday through Thursday, 9am-6pm Friday, and 12noon to 9pm Sunday.



Scholarspace logoScholarspace is a place to collaborate and connect with colleagues and expert instructional technology consultants on digital and technology-enabled projects. Instructional Media specialists are available to discuss the effective pedagogical uses of video in teaching, as well as the technologies involved in the capture, editing, and distribution of video on campus.

Scholarspace is open 11am-6pm, Monday through Thursday, and 11am-5pm on Fridays for walk-in consulting, or call 647-7406 for an appointment.

206 Hatcher Graduate Library