The Information Technology (IT) staff provides professional expertise and creative skills to support faculty with the development and production of instructional materials.
- Audio Services
- Video Services
- Mini TV Studio
- Instructor Produced Audio and Video
- Off-Air Recording
- Web and Digital Imaging Production
- Copyright Policies
- Request for Services
Audio production equipment is available to record guest lecturers, musical events, and classroom speeches. Complete the equipment request form online.
Video digital and still cameras, which are normally operated by the teacher or designated student in the class, are available at each campus. Instruction and/or assistance on the operation of this equipment will be provided by the staff. Arrangements should be made by calling 455-6111 at least 24 hours before class time.
Cameras and audio recorders are available for instructors to record a class presentation, lecture or guest speakers. IT staff can provide instruction on equipment operation and basic audio/videotaping techniques. To arrange for equipment loans, please call 455-6111 or complete the request form on line.
Web and digital imaging production support is available for instructional purposes. This includes the use of the flatbed scanners, slide scanners and other digital imaging hardware, as well as digital imaging software such as Adobe Photoshop and Microsoft PictureManager.
Digital cameras and camcorders are available for loan to faculty by request. Please contact IT at 455-6111 to make arrangements to borrow a camera, for assistance and/or training.
The Department of Information Technology adheres to all copyright laws pertaining to digital image duplication. Any instructor requesting the duplication of copyrighted material must secure written copyright clearance from the publisher, vendor or author prior to making a duplication request. Staff will not duplicate copyrighted materials with out copyright clearance.
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