Course Media Production
The Instructional Design team offers one-on-one course media production consultations with our AV Multimedia Developer. If you have questions about best practices for leveraging multimedia for your course or how to create effective multimedia, we have resources and services to support you.
Meet our Multimedia Developer
During the Consultation
- Get 1:1 support for course multimedia creation and best practices for use
- Self-record video, audio or multimedia presentations in our Malloy Hall recording studio
- Use the Learning Glass
Audio/Video Media Production
Our AV Multimedia Developer works with faculty in our approved programs to produce professional-grade audio and video pieces for their courses, including talking-head videos, interviews, interactive lecture recordings and podcasts. We shoot on-location and in our recording studio, located at Malloy Hall 106 on the Hilltop.
The Learning Glass is a presentation system made of clear glass surrounded by LED lighting. It is an illuminated, see-through whiteboard. Students are able to observe the nuances of problem-solving while their instructor teaches facing the camera, maintaining a "social presence" vital to student engagement.
At USF, the Learning Glass is primarily used for short videos of graphic demonstrations and worked-examples for online, hybrid, and other technology-enhanced classes. Other universities using the Learning Glass have found success in teaching STEM courses.
The Process: The instructor is recorded writing on the Glass with neon-colored whiteboard markers. The image is then flipped horizontally in a video-editing program, output to a video file, and provided to the instructor via our video streaming server.
- The Mean with Mathew Mitchell
- Cohen's D with Mathew Mitchell
- Scope of Practice with Susan Prion
- Activity Selection with Hooyeon Lee
The Learning Glass is set up in our recording studio, located at Malloy Hall 106 on the Hilltop. To schedule a recording session, please submit a course media consultation request.
In this video, Jodi Collova, instructor in the School of Law's Graduate Tax programs, introduces students to an online Tax Research course, including a personal introduction and setting student expectations for the course.
In this video, Natascha Fastabend and Ellen Strauss from the School of Law welcome new students to USF's online Graduate Tax programs. The video offers a friendly welcome and provides key details and points of contact for their course of study.
USF Faculty, including participants in the ETS Online Course Design Program, can work in tandem with our AV Multimedia Developer on the production of lecture materials for asynchronous and hybrid course delivery.
Specialized Multimedia Production
Our AV Multimedia Developer partners with faculty in our approved programs to create engaging multimedia pieces which facilitate active learning. Examples include educational games, interactive timelines, case studies and videos with embedded assessment.
Ruth Amos, professor in the MS in Health Informatics program, leverages an illustrated case study to showcase real-world conflicts around healthcare policies in her Ethics and Policy Considerations in Health and Bioinformatics course.