The Media Commons formed the video production studio in March 2013 to provide faculty, students and staff a space to create digital media projects.
Support is the cornerstone of this endeavor. Technology alone is not enough. The Media Commons provides support and education using either an individual’s media and technology or equipment available through the Media Commons or the Undergraduate Library. Current technology support offered in the Media Commons and video production studio is provided by the combined efforts of Media Commons staff, staff from CITES Academic Technology Services, and other technology partners from around the campus.
An important mission of The Media Commons is to help train and educate those affiliated with the University on techniques and best practices for creating and editing video, as well as the basic usage and implementation of a video production studio.
The video production studio is available by appointment. Send the following information to (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Name Department Faculty/Staff/Student/Other Email Phone
A member of the Media Commons staff will contact individuals to further discuss the project, equipment needs and dates. Once approved Media Commons staff will be present to assist with the setting up of equipment, shooting the scenes, and instruction on the basics of editing.
Responsibilities of Media Commons Staff.
Responsibilities of the Patron using the Video Production Studio
Please note that the library is not responsible for any damage that may occur on equipment as a result of media borrowed from the library or used internally.
The Media Commons is exploring expanded options for the usage of the video production studio, which may include a training program that certifies regular users access to the room and the equipment.