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The LAIC has a variety of multimedia resources available to faculty, staff, and students. Staff are available to assist you in getting started.
Multimedia options are beneficial to both faculty and students, for course and student projects. NDSU offers both production quality and desk-top recording to achieve your goal.
Currently the Media Studio is under renovation and is unavailable.
The Media Studio is perfect for recording dissertations, class or capstone projects, conference presentations, music assignments and for taking high quality photos
The WhisperRoom is an acoustically treated sound booth perfect for recording your podcasts, lecture, presentations, and general voice-over work. It can be reserved for appointments and is available on a walk-in basis when not scheduled.
YouTube is a part of Google Workspace for Education Fundamentals. It is a video sharing website that makes it easy to watch online videos. You can even create and upload your own videos to share with others.
YuJa is a video management platform that includes video recording and editing software to create, manage, and stream. It is used for temporary storage for your created videos.
VoiceThread is integrated with Blackboard and works like an online discussion board where participants can respond with video, audio, and text comments. VoiceThread assignments can be created, which connects with Blackboard's grade center.
- When using a multimedia solution consider capturing the instructors' face for more engagement and intimate learning.
- Recordings can also use closed captions (be sure to refer to each product setting to ensure CC is enabled)
- Students can vary the speed of the recording for clarification or review.
- Provides options for faculty to offer content in alternative formats connecting with a diverse group of students
- Create assignments that allow students to use audio, video, text or a web camera to engage with the content and each other.
- Using videos to effectively engage students, keep the length short. Research recommends less than six minutes, reported by Quality Matters.
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- Videos create a more engaging sensory experience. Learners can see and hear the concept being taught, and they can process it in the same way they process their everyday interactions.
- They provide a go-to resource that can be watched from anywhere on any mobile device with an internet connection. This allows for viewing at the student’s convenience and from wherever they are.
- Videos can help to increase knowledge retention, since they can be stopped and replayed as many times as needed.
- Video content can increase understanding of topics that are complex and/or highly visual, such as step-by-step procedures, problem-solving, or science and math formulas.
- Videos can increase proficiency in digital literacy and communication, which are important 21st-century skills.
- Fair Use and Videos - Google
- Video Length in Online Courses: What Research Says - Quality Matters