Instructional Media Production Services

Mission

We provide Schulich Faculty access to media production services, resources, and expertise in order for them to create innovative instructional media.

Our Media Production Services assists faculty in conceptualizing and executing creative instructional video and audio projects.

Our Instructional Media Production Suite is a bookable micro-studio space that can be utilized to record and edit creative audio and video projects and design e-learning modules.

Our multimedia services and resources are guided by the research-based educational frameworks of Multimedia Learning Theory and Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and the AODA guidelines as they apply to instructional media production.




Media Production Services

Faculty can meet with us online or in person to explore a project idea and identify the resources and expertise they might need.

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We assist faculty in creating outstanding educational and promotional videos from conception to post-production.

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We assist faculty in recording educational voice-overs, podcasts, and audio lectures with professional equipment.

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Media Production Suite

The Instructional Media Production Suite is a bookable room and resource for Schulich faculty to record audio and video, run webinars, and design e-learning modules for their courses.

Within the Suite, faculty can use a 2021 iMac with the Adobe Creative Cloud and Articulate 360 Suites, Camtasia, eCamm Live, and Zoom. The space also includes a high-quality 4K camera, desktop lighting, a greenscreen, and professional audio recording equipment.  

While using the Suite, we offer hands-on assistance and training when needed. We encourage faculty to innovate and experiment with our technology to create content and develop their digital media and creative fluency. 

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Educational Frameworks for Multimedia Production

Multimedia Learning Theory (MLT) establishes that we learn more deeply from words and pictures together — for example, videos or PowerPoint. The theory presents foundational design principles you can use to improve your multimedia to optimize learning.

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The AODA guidelines are mandated standards for accessibility in multiple industries in Ontario, including education. You can apply many AODA principles to your instructional videos and e-learning modules, which can help make your media more accessible for your students.

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Universal Design for Learning (UDL) aims to give all students the opportunity to succeed regardless of their ability. Relevant to instructional media production is the UDL principle of Representation, which focuses on creating course media in multiple formats.

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