Ready • Set • Action
A dedicated workspace for multimedia project development and collaboration with colleagues.
The Faculty Media Studio provides faculty and staff access to top-of-the-line computers and cutting-edge software, as well as consultation opportunities with Teaching Innovation's Media Producer and other content specialists.
Our staff share and encourage best practices for building media to use in your courses and research.
The studio offers customized services to advance the development of faculty media projects.
The Faculty Media Studio is equipped for the design and production of a variety of media types. Teaching Innovation's Media Producer can assist you in designing, developing, and implementing your media projects.
You can use different media types in your course:
Video: Show real-world applications, demonstrate concepts, bring interactivity to the lecture
Audio: Provide podcasts and other audio recordings students can listen to before or after class
Images: Enhance presentations, handouts, homework diagrams, or display on the web
Lecture Capture: Grab in-class lecture material and discussion for students who missed class or need review, or for your own records
Digital Content: Prepare interactive lecture content ahead of time with the Student Response System
- Final Cut Pro
- Adobe Creative Suite Master Collection
- iLife (GarageBand, iMovie, iPhoto, iWeb)
- Quicktime Pro
- iWork (Keynote, Pages, Numbers)
- Microsoft Office
- Quad-Core Mac Pro
- 27” LED Cinema Display
- 27” iMac
- SMART Podium Interactive Pen Display
- 32” 1080P LCD TV
- Ultra-Portable Digital Projector
- Closed, Dynamic Stereo Headphones
- Professional Desktop Microphone
- Laptop plug-in station
Media content can be presented live in class and made available to your students via your LMS course site.
LinkedInLearning.com (formerly Lynda.com) provides hundreds of video tutorials for software from Adobe, Apple, Microsoft, and more!
Reserve your time to learn and gain hands-on experience at the Faculty Media Studio today.
Hollywood Workflow in Education
At FMS, we work closely with faculty and staff as we collaborate on production of innovative, instructional videos. The following are the steps for developing instructional videos:
Meet with collaborators
Evaluate existing content
Beginning outlining a script
Develop storyboards to visually illustrate the outline
Refine script to communicate content effectively
Capture footage based on storyboard and shot list
Work within real-life spaces and time constraints
Begin assembling footage
Develop rough, then finer cuts based on collaborator feedback
Incorporate any effects or media
Deliver the product to students
Evaluate video’s success based on response and outcomes
Plan for improvements