Overview

Media specialists are available to work with faculty and instructional staff to produce videos for courses or other academic projects, including: lectures, interviews and on location demonstrations.

We have access to three full-service video production studios:

The ATSS production team is located in Walter Library, Room 212.

Examples of Our Work

Lecture

Recording that combines video of the presenter and a computer source (Powerpoint, Surface Pro Tablet, etc) in a controlled environment. Presenters speak directly to the camera while viewing their slides (or other visual aid) on a monitor located directly below the camera lens.

Pre-recorded lectures have some advantages over face-to-face lectures: students can rewind and review, videos can be captioned, and slides and other visual aids can be easier to see and review.

Sample video of a physical low fidelity prototyping lecture

Gopher Glass

A large piece of glass, illuminated by small LED lights and mounted to an adjustable height table. Gopher Glass allows instructors to diagram and convey complex information in a format that looks great from the viewer's perspective and is no different from using a whiteboard in class.

A video of a flux compression gopher glass lecture using Gopher Glass

Interview

An expert can answer questions posed by an interviewer.

A sample video interview

Demonstration

Video is an excellent medium for recording demonstrations. Recorded demonstrations can free up class time for other activities, can be used for many years and in some cases for more than one course.

Video demonstration of blood films