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The Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning will assist faculty in creating media assets that meet learning objectives for their courses. Below are some examples of different types of videos created for UMB faculty.
When used effectively, videos can be a powerful way for faculty to engage students with course content and deepen learning. Videos can be used in a number of ways including the following: the primary mode of conveying content, supporting or enhancing the understanding of content, a catalyst for dis
Professional quality media can invigorate an audience. The FCTL supports professional media development primarily in conjunction with online course development. However, these services are availble for a variety of projects depending on the scope. Here are a few questions that can help narrow our collaboration:
- Who is the intended audience for the video?
- How long is the video?
- Will the video be recorded in-studio or on-site?
Depending on your answers, the FCTL media production services may be the ideal collaboration for your next project. Contact us at email@example.com
Media Production by Sharon Gillooly is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.