Partnering with CETLOE’s learning experience designers to work on projects prioritized by the Associate Provost of Online Strategies, Studio at CETLOE provides GSU faculty access to professional multimedia production services, including graphic design, video production, and animation. We can assist with anything from do-it-yourself consultations to full-scale media production for showcase courses and programs.
Our recording spaces include a fully equipped video studio, two audio and screen-capture studios, and an enhanced learning classroom studio. We can also shoot video on location, create virtual environments, construct interactive 3D models, and more! Check out some of our work below.
Introduce your course and yourself to your online students for a more connected learning community
On Location / Virtual Field Trips
A video that allows students to experience an off campus location
Motion Graphics / Animation
Short, engaging videos to introduce the basic concepts, vocabulary, and theme(s) for a section of your course
Demonstrations(Hands On / Lab Exercises)
Step-by-step visual instructions can greatly enhance performance transfer.
Scenario / Fiction
Narrative based media puts the viewer in the situation creating a “Real Life” environment
Interviews and Discussions
Subject matter expert interviews or panel discussion videos can offer a variety of perspectives on a topic
Give your students sculpted or photo-generated 3D models to turn and inspect – all through the computer
An immersive VR experience can raise student engagement and increase retention
Here are some of our more conventional video lectures
Synch the audio of your lecture with your Powerpoint presentation in our sound studio
Record your audio lecture as you capture your screen activity
Course lectures shot in our green-screen studio or on location
Virtual White Board Lecture
Speak to the camera while writing notes or equations on a Virtual Whiteboard using our Wacom tablet
Create a unique look to your whiteboard lecture with a transparent board and neon markers
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