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Eastern Michigan University Library
The video studio is located in the Halle Library and includes a small studio area featuring Sony professional recording equipment and computer editing featuring Apple's Final Cut Pro 4 software.
What is the purpose of the Halle Library Video Studio?
The studio is operated through the University Library in the Division of Academic Affairs. It is dedicated to the production of instructional video and electronic media that has enduring educational value. As such, it is not available for casual recordings or for purposes not related to the educational mission of the University.
Who can use the video studio?
The studio is limited to use by faculty and others working with the library's Director of Video Services. Since the studio is not a classroom space, students working on video projects should secure their instructor's consent in order to check out video equipment from the library's Audio-Visual Distribution area - see audiovisual equipment request information. Students can also use the computers in the Multimedia area of the library for editing and post-production.
Are there services available for videotaping classes or other presentations?
The library does not have staff on hand to do video recordings for short-term applications or documentation purposes. Equipment is available for use in the Bruce T. Halle Library building - see audiovisual equipment request information.
Where can I go to receive instruction in video production?
EMU's Communication, Media and Theatre Arts Department offers a complete roster of classes in Electronic Media and Film Studies including hands-on courses in video production. More information is on their web site.
What are some examples of projects completed through the Halle Library Video Studio?
- Video honoring the life of Thomas Fleming, EMU alumnus and 1992 National Teacher of the Year in conjunction with the establishment of the library's Thomas A. Fleming collection. (2006)
- DVD entitled "The Patron Interview: A Skills Training Presentation" for EMU's Legal Assistant Studies Program. (2005)
- A five DVD set featuring nursing skills instruction funded through "The Promise of Nursing for Michigan Nursing Schools Grant Program" administered by the Foundation of the National Student Nurses' Association through the E.M.U. School of Nursing. (2004)
- Video "Overcoming Academic Barriers: Promoting Success for Learning Disabled Students" which uses role playing to demonstrate tutoring techniques for the Holman Learning Center at EMU. (2003)
- Video "How to Lobby: Policy Advocacy for Social Work Professionals" demonstrating various phases of the lobbying process using role-playing techniques. (2002)
- Video "Technology Integrated Planning Steps" funded through the State of Michigan Department of Education Technology Literacy Challenge Grant Program 1999-2000 in cooperation with the Great Lakes Education Network. (2001)