Media Technology Services video and audio records a wide variety of activities on campus for a variety of purposes: guest lectures, event documentation, meetings, interviews, student presentations, and pre-recording of lectures for later playback. Taping can be done in the classroom, in our conference room, or on location.
Requesting a Videotaping Contact Colleen Garrity at 342-1628, 819 Pioneer Tower
Scheduling a videotaping should be done one week in advance! Room and scheduling conflicts often arise, so have at least two alternative times available. Include your name, phone number, e-mail address, and course title with any correspondence.
Media Technology Services produces a variety of educational and promotional videos each year. Because of the amount of work that is involved with these types of projects, Media Technology Services only completes a limited number of them in an academic year.
If you would like more information about doing a promotional tape, please call 342-1628.
Media Technology Services can produce graphic materials to enhance the content of a particular curriculum.
Media Technology Services offers a variety of transfer services. We can transfer your still pictures, slides, or digital images to videotape; or we can transfer your powerpoint presentation to videotape. For more information, please contact Russell Hill at 342-1139.
Media Technology Services can duplicate or convert a varity of formats: Mini DV, DVCam, VHS, S-VHS, audio cassette tapes, DVD, and CD.
Duplication of foreign tapes (PAL, SECAM) is not currently available. Media Technology Services also transfers still photographs and 35mm slides to videotape for classroom use. We ask your cooperation in following the procedures outlined below to insure that Media Technology Services complies with applicable Federal Copyright Law and University policies.
Depending on the intended use of the materials transferred, nominal labor and/or equipment charges may be applicable. Please ask for an estimate of pertinent charges when making your request.Requesting a Duplication
All tapes should be delivered to Russell Hill. Multiple tape programs should be clearly labelled with title and number to insure materials are transferred in the proper sequence. Each video should be cued to the beginning of the program to be duplicated, or the entire tape will be duplicated.
Written authorization from the copyright holder must accompany each request for duplication or transfer of copyrighted materials. This authorization should indicate that the copyright holder possesses all applicable rights to the materials, including: (1) literary property upon which materials are based; (2) music rights (composition and performance); (3) rights to all visual and graphic elements (slides, graphs, still photographs) contained in the work; and (4) performing artists' releases. . The copyright holder should also indicate the number of copies of the work that can be made and the length of time they can be retained.
This facility, located in the Bear's Den computer lab of the Pioneer Student Center, provides students, faculty, and staff with a meeting and work place for projects that require the latest technology.
The lab is equipped with high end software and technology for video editing, web design, and audio editing. High-speed computers, video cameras and editors, DVD and CD players and burners, and VHS and digital video capture are all available from this area. The lab is an ideal resource for creating class presentations for both faculty and students.
Media Technology Services personnel can train interested individuals in the proper use of the software and hardware provided in the lab. If interested, please contact us to make arrangements for a convenient time.
This lab is a general access lab and is available during regular Pioneer Student Center hours. It may also be reserved for group use.
All campus media equipment and media software purchases, that are to be supported by Media Technology Services, must be approved by the Director of Media Technology Services (or the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Information Services).
Purchases falling under this designation include, but are not limited to: cameras, camcorders, projectors (of any type), VCR=s, DVD/CD players, sound system components, radio or TV broadcasting equipment, media editing software, and any electronic equipment installed in a Ahigh-tech classroom or Distance Education facility.
Departments and units should seek Media Technology Services input prior to the preparation of a Purchase Requisition (PR) in order to insure: the best price available; suitable vendors adherence to campus standards and compatibility; matching equipment/software to needs; and advance scheduling of installation and testing by Media Technology Services personnel.
Media Technology Services will install, repair, and perform maintenance on equipment that Media Technology Services recommends, professional or broadcast-grade video equipment, and equipment bought on state contract. Media Technology Services has a limited charge-back system for video equipment maintenance and installation.
Media Technology Services will provide replacement and installation of parts up to $100 per repair or installation. Beyond $100, the requesting department will be billed. Media Technology Services will provide all labor free of charge.
Due to time, budget, or technical reasons, video equipment may have to be serviced by an outside vendor. This will be done at the discretion of Media Technology Services staff in consultation with the department requesting the repair. Any equipment that requires outside servicing will be billed directly to the department.