Video Services for Faculty and Students
The University of Kentucky offers multimedia services to both students and faculty that allow access to technology for recording and editing videos. Support staff is also available to walk you through the process or answer any questions. If you are interested in these services, check out the Media Depot for students and the Camtasia Studio for faculty.
If you are student in need of multimedia production services or a faculty member that teaches a multimedia course and you want to know more about services offered for students at the University of Kentucky, look no further than the Media Depot.
The Media Depot is located in The Hub (in the basement of the W.T. Young Library), near the Audio Visual service desk. This new multimedia production service center is for students who need to create a video or presentation for class and are in need of multimedia technology. Online assistance, recording equipment and space, editing stations with software, and technical support are all provided and funded by the Student Technology Fee. All this is made available by of the collaboration of Academic Planning, Analytics and Technologies (APAT) and UK Libraries.
You can also schedule a Recording Room through the Media Depot website. This website also provides you with a calendar to know when recording rooms are available and when staff are available to help.
Faculty who are interested in scheduling a tour of the Media Depot can contact Kirk Laird or Tom Dolan, or you can call the Media Depot at (859) 323-1105.
For more information including detailed list of technologies that is illustrated with images and video, visit the Media Depot website.
The Camtasia Studio is recommended for faculty members who need to create and edit instructional videos for classroom use.
Located in room 518 of the King Science Library the Camtasia Studio is a service provided by the Office of eLearning that enables faculty to create and edit studio quality videos for classroom and distance learning use. Their resources include a recording room with a high quality camera and microphone and tecnology for editing. Along with an orientation that includes a demonstration of how to make a video using the resources available and staff present for questions along the way, eLearning offers video technology services that include support for audio, PowerPoint sharing, and screen capture.
If you are interested in using these services you can contact Alex Cutadean.
More information about The Camtasia Studio and technology is also available at the eLearning website.