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  1. page Media Production edited One new service the Technology Integration Center is able to support is recording and production of…
    One new service the Technology Integration Center is able to support is recording and production of rich media modules. These modules can be housed on a web page with a link embedded in a Blackboard content page, an e-mail message, or a wiki. The TIC recording studio has lighting and video capabilities, a dedicated computer with Captivate and other production software, and a state-of-the-art microphone for recording voice-over narrations.
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  2. page Media Production edited One new service the Technology Integration Center is able to support is recording and production of…
    One new service the Technology Integration Center is able to support is recording and production of rich media modules. These modules can be housed on a web page with a link embedded in a Blackboard content page, an e-mail message, or a wiki. The TIC recording studio has lighting and video capabilities, a dedicated computer with Captivate and other production software, and a state-of-the-art microphone for recording voice-over narrations.
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    Faculty members interested in scheduling studio time should contact Sharon Stone or Brandon Corbett to discuss their project needs. Here are some things to keep in mind as you design your project:
    What purpose will your recording or learning module serve?
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  3. page Media Production edited One new service the Technology Integration Center is able to support is recording and production of…
    One new service the Technology Integration Center is able to support is recording and production of rich media modules. These modules can be housed on a web page with a link embedded in a Blackboard content page, an e-mail message, or a wiki. The TIC recording studio has lighting and video capabilities, a dedicated computer with Captivate and other production software, and a state-of-the-art microphone for recording voice-over narrations.
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    Faculty members interested in scheduling studio time should contact Sharon Stone or Brandon Corbett to discuss their project needs. Here are some things to keep in mind as you design your project:
    What purpose will your recording or learning module serve?
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  4. page Media Production edited One new service the Technology Integration Center is able to support is recording and production of…
    One new service the Technology Integration Center is able to support is recording and production of rich media modules. These modules can be housed on a web page with a link embedded in a Blackboard content page, an e-mail message, or a wiki. The TIC recording studio has lighting and video capabilities, a dedicated computer with Captivate and other production software, and a state-of-the-art microphone for recording voice-over narrations.
    Faculty members interested in scheduling studio time should contact Sharon Stone or Brandon Corbett to discuss their project needs. Here are some things to keep in mind as you design your project:
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    Faculty members interested in scheduling studio time should contact Sharon Stone or Brandon Corbett to discuss their project needs. Here are some things to keep in mind as you design your project:
    What purpose will your recording or learning module serve?
    Do you want to archive a live lecture for future reference, or perhaps for students or colleagues unable to attend the live event? Or do you want to create an introduction to readings and important concepts, effectively "flipping" the classroom to allow time for more (and deeper) discussion during class? We recommend using Adobe Connect to record video archival materials and Adobe Captivate to create learning modules with slides and narration.
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  5. page Media Production edited One new service the Technology Integration Center is able to support is recording and production of…
    One new service the Technology Integration Center is able to support is recording and production of rich media modules. These modules can be housed on a web page with a link embedded in a Blackboard content page, an e-mail message, or a wiki. The TIC recording studio has lighting and video capabilities, a dedicated computer with Captivate and other production software, and a state-of-the-art microphone for recording voice-over narrations.
    Faculty members interested in scheduling studio time should contact Sharon Stone or Brandon Corbett to discuss their project needs. Here are some things to keep in mind as you design your project:
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    What purpose will your recording or learning module serve?
    Do you want to archive a live lecture for future reference, or perhaps for students or colleagues unable to attend the live event? Or do you want to create an introduction to readings and important concepts, effectively "flipping" the classroom to allow time for more (and deeper) discussion during class? We recommend using Adobe Connect to record video archival materials and Adobe Captivate to create learning modules with slides and narration.
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  6. page Media Production edited {100_1081.JPG} One new service the Technology Integration Center is able to support is recordin…
    {100_1081.JPG} One new service the Technology Integration Center is able to support is recording and production of rich media modules. These modules can be housed on a web page with a link embedded in a Blackboard content page, an e-mail message, or a wiki. The TIC recording studio has lighting and video capabilities, a dedicated computer with Captivate and other production software, and a state-of-the-art microphone for recording voice-over narrations.
    Faculty members interested in scheduling studio time should contact Sharon Stone or Brandon Corbett to discuss their project needs. Here are some things to keep in mind as you design your project:
    What purpose will your recording or learning module serve?
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