Course Media Production

Course Media Production

The Instructional Design team supports faculty in the development of multimedia for online, hybrid and technology-enhanced courses, including assistance with self-recorded and studio-produced videos, screencasts, multimedia pieces and more.

Audio Video Media Production

Our audio video multimedia developers work with faculty 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 - Studio 106 - located in Malloy Hall on main campus.

Group Work Video

peer coaching Video

For Program Planning and Evaluation, a course in the Masters of Public Health program, a former student shares her expertise and offers guidance to current students on how to approach the final group project for the class.  Click to view.


Module introduction video

John Veitch, Professor and Program Director for the Masters of Science in Financial Analysis, orients his students to the material covered in an upcoming module for his course, Macroeconomics for Finance. Click to view.

Program welcome video

Natascha Fastabend, Assistant Director, Graduate Tax Program and Ellen Strauss, Associate Director, Graduate Tax Program welcome their student cohorts to USF's Graduate Tax Law Program. The video offers a friendly welcome and provides key details and points of contact for their course of study. Click to view.

Multimedia Production

Our Multimedia developers partner with faculty to create engaging multimedia pieces which facilitate active learning. Examples include educational games, interactive timelines, case studies and videos with embedded assessment.

Portraits of Christ

New Testament Chronology

Vincent Pizzuto, Professor in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies, uses a timeline multimedia lecture to describe the events of the New Testament in his course, Portraits of Christ.
Click to view.

illustrated case scenario

Illustrated Case Study

Ruth Amos, Professor in the Masters of Health Informatics program, leverages an illustrated case study to showcase real-world conflicts around healthcare policies in her course, Ethics and Policy Considerations in Health and Bioinformatics. Click to view.

Digital Storytelling

Digital storytelling

Luz Garcia, Professor in the Masters of Education Technology program, uses digital storytelling to explain how to use images to create emotionally compelling storytelling in her course, Digital Storytelling and Communications Media. Click to view.

For more examples, check out our multimedia showcase page on the USF Instructional Design blog.

Self-Recording Audio Video Support

Interested in self-recording audio or video for your online, hybrid or technology-enhanced course but don’t know how to get started? We offer a number of resources and services to help:

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