Why Choose Video? Part 1
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 SpecialistWhy Choose Video Pt 1
Why Choose Video? Part 2
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 SpecialistWhy Choose Video Pt 2
Open to all MSU faculty and staff
- A professional available to provide advice and consultation on video needs.
- Two portable “pop-up” studios to be delivered to various campus locations.
- A portable audio recording studio.
- Access to a highly skilled student team to record and edit footage along with a professional.
- Several fully-equipped video editing workstations.
- Livestreaming services
Special consideration is given to accessibility features such as captioning during the creation and editing process.Request Service
Open to RCAH students only. Located at E037 Snyder-Phillips; contact Dave Sheridan for more information.
- Video editing suites equipped with Final Cut Pro/Adobe (Premiere).
- Some standard equipment rentals, including loan-out lights, microphones, cameras, tripods, and other basic video equipment.
Open to Com Arts students and appropriate personnel only. Located in Com Arts Building; contact Lisa Whiting-Dobson or Karl Gude for more information.
- Studio spaces, including generic studio space, green screen facilities, and a multi-camera studio.
- Camera and recording equipment, motion capture spaces, and facilities to work on computer-generated images.
- Sandbox Productions, which specializes in the production of various types of video for faculty (most commonly relating to research and online courses), or other units on and off campus.
- WKAR radio station.
Students may reserve the lab for academic coursework, but faculty and staff can access these resources as well.
- Collaborative Technology Labs designed to be high-tech multimedia group work spaces.
- The One Button Studio in the Main Library can be used to record yourself or presentations.
Open to Biomedical Laboratory Science faculty only. Located in North Kedzie; contact Allan McDaniel for more information.
- 2 JVC-PRO HD Camcorders, one studio-level and one handheld.
- Manfrotto Sky Track System for lighting and camera mounting.
- A Canon 60D DSLR.
- A green screen room.
There is also capacity for LIVE streaming and multi-camera broadcasting.
Open to History, Anthropology and Matrix faculty and students. Located in Human Ecology; contact Brandon Locke for more information.
- Camcorders and DSLR cameras, with computers equipped with Final Cut Pro for editing.
- Lav mics, and Yeti and Handy mics.
- Lighting equipment.
- A podcast studio outfitted with 4-5 microphones and a soundboard, as well as a One Button Studio.