Audio and video are powerful tools for use in your course, as supplements to face-to-face instruction or as online learning objects. The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning has a wide range of tools for use on location, in the studio, or in our post-production facilities.
Whether you're considering a 'Do-it-Yourself' or studio-based approach to your online video, please watch the following video to help guide your production process.
Below are just a few of the digital learning objects recorded in our Park Library studio that our production staff can assist you in creating.
Multimedia Learning Objects Categories:
PowerPoint Studio Learning Object
Simply prep your content, schedule your studio session, and CETL's Creative Media Production team will record, edit and deliver the learning object link to your inbox for posting in Blackboard. View a sample learning object below.
Annotated PowerPoint Learning Object
Dr. Michael Mamp uses our in-studio drawing tablet and pen to annotate a graphics-intensive slide presentation for his AMD 356 online course.
Behind the Scenes - Annotated Learning Objects
Animated Learning Object
Our studio provides a broadcast teleprompter allowing faculty to bring their scripted content (via word doc) to record clear and concise material for their course. EdX recently published research identifying the 6-9 minute timeframe as the ideal length for online educational video.
View the research.
Light Board Learning Object
Using a custom-built plexiglass light-board and studio lighting in CETL's Park Library Studio, this RPL 636 instructor creates an innovative and effective learning object.
The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning is pleased to assist faculty with all of their audio and video related needs. We provide the equipment and the expertise to guide you down the production path from start to finish. Just some of the possibilities:
- Guest Lecturers
- Special Events
- Digital Storytelling
- Course Introductions
- Field Research
- Student Presentations
Request studio time
using the studio request form