Instructional Technology and Media Services offers a full spectrum of instructional digital video, web and animation production services. Our staff and students provide help to faculty who are endeavoring to enhance or increase the use of multimedia technology in their curriculum and enrich the student learning process. Projects may be produced in Media and Technology Services facilities (TV Studio, Digital Production Resource Center, Instructional Technology Center) or on-location. Media and Technology Services works with members of the URI Community to determine their objectives before we begin the production process. From concept to completion our staff focuses on customer service and the utilization of expert production skills to ensure client satisfaction.
Submit the appropriate online form below to get started. This form assists us with the coordination needed from our crew to meet your particular needs. Our project review team will assign a Staff Specialist & Student Technology Assistant(s) to work with the faculty member on each accepted project. Our goal is to provide an acceptance or denial of the project within 3 business days of receipt.
Please be aware that project time-lines are subject to agreed-upon terms between ITS staff and the customers we serve.
|Digital Content Production for Course Use||Digital Content Production for Non-Course Use|
|Full creative video production services are provided in support of enhanced course instruction. Our experienced production team works collaboratively with the client in a partnership to design and develop instructional media using the latest digital technologies. We offer an expert mix of services, resources and best practices in the creation of state-of-the-art classroom media. Final products may be as varied as a 30 minute self-contained video delivered via DVD, short clips compressed and embedded within an online learning course, TV shows, campus video feeds, interactive web sites, or sophisticated 3D animations. Most Course Content Production services are free. Please submit this online form to get started. Form Instructions.NOTE: If you are unable to login to Remedy to access the form, please contact the ITS Help Desk at 874-HELP (4357) to troubleshoot your access. Coming soon: Faculty working on an accepted project may coordinate 24×7 access to the Digital Production Resource Center (DPRC).||We strive to meet the communication needs for URI faculty and researchers in the area of video and all related channels of distribution. Our approach includes the options for a start-to-finish strategy or to have us prepare just a piece of your larger project. Final products may be as varied as a 30 minute self-contained video delivered via DVD, short clips, TV shows, campus video feeds, interactive web sites, or sophisticated 3D animations. Non-Course Projects have associated costs. Please submit this online form to get started. Form Instructions. NOTE: If you are unable to login to Remedy to access the form, please contact the ITS Help Desk at 874-HELP (4357) to troubleshoot your access.
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|2D and 3D animation||Cisplatin Example|
|Web page design and development||Mt. Vesuvius Virtual Fieldtrip|
|Pre-production planning for faculty||Example|
|Video Production||Student Commercial.30 second commercial shot and edited by Film students.Educational Documentary. The ins and outs of keeping livestock in your backyard. For students and the general population.|
|Studio Production||Pharmacy/Film Class|
|On-location audio/video productions||URI Landscape Architecture Lecture. Keith Wagner: “Abstracted Context” from October 17, 2013.|
|Marketing/Education. Shot in the Mediterranean aboard URI’s research vessel Endeavor.|
|Full post-production services for faculty (editing & final product)||Cooking with Tal|
|Video Duplication and Format Conversions||Example|
|Digital Media Delivery||Student Educational Documentary. Film student and CELS graduate student produced on farm sustainability in RI.|
|Lecture Capture||Dr. Albert Kausch, Professor, CELS lecturing on Biofuels with clicker technology.|
|Webcast/Streaming||Pharmacy Marketing. Live web event shot in studio with Pharmacy and Film students.|
|iBooks Author||“Gender & Immigration in Rhode Island” can only be viewed using iBooks 3.0 or later on an iPad running iOS 5.1 or later.Product of Jody Lisberger’s students in the Gender and Women’s Studies capstone class Spring 2013.|
MTS Video Projects for Spring 2014 as of 3/28/14 (pdf) Spring 2014 MTS Video Projects