Tag Archives: video production

Episode 13 – Engineering an Online Master’s Program

On this episode of the Hubcast we will be discussing the creation of an online master’s degree program in engineering. We are joined today by Instructional Designers Breana Yaklin and Emily Brozovic, Media Production Specialist Alyssa Bradley and Professor Tim Hogan of the College of Engineering. They discuss the process for translating a face to…

Episode 13 – Engineering an Online Master’s Program

On this episode of the Hubcast we will be discussing the creation of an online master’s degree program in engineering. We are joined today by Instructional Designers Breana Yaklin and Emily Brozovic, Media Production Specialist Alyssa Bradley and Professor Tim Hogan of the College of Engineering. They discuss the process for translating a face to…

Safety Measures: Lessons in Collaboration

A camera and lenses sit on a table; there is a microphone on the camera and headphones next to it.

By Alyssa Bradley, Media Production Specialist “Why do we fall, Bruce? So we can learn to pick ourselves back up.” Now, while I’m no crime-fighting vigilante that dresses like a bat, this quote from the film Batman Begins really resonates with me, especially when it comes to the creative process. I’ve found that there’s often…

Why Choose Video? Part 2

xavier holding camera

What goes into the video production process, and a strategic guide with MSU resources for creating a really great video. By Nate Evans, Manager, Digital Content & Alyssa Bradley, Media Production Specialist What are your course goals? It is important to understand your course goals and objectives before making a decision about whether to include…

Why Choose Video? Part 1

camera guy

Why you might consider utilizing video in your courses and the advantages and disadvantages it provides. By Nate Evans, Manager, Digital Content & Alyssa Bradley, Media Production Specialist How much video did you watch today? Think about it for a moment. Here’s my video-watching journal from yesterday: I watched the news for 40 minutes while…