- Bb Development
- Media Services
- Video Production Services
- Web and Digital Imaging Production
Instructional Technology staff provides technical expertise and creative skills to support faculty with the development and production of materials for instruction, research, publication and media projects.
Lecture Capture, podcasting, Faculty web basics
CCRI’s Production Services provides a variety of media services to the College. Our production staff supports faculty in developing media programs for classroom and research projects, and produces materials that enhance promotional and advancement projects for the College. Industrial quality video production is available as part of this service and includes shooting, editing, and titles. We also edit and convert video recordings into digital formats. Please contact Norm Grant in the Department of Marketing and Communications at 401-825-1195 or email email@example.com
Other video services:
- Video capture to PC
- Digital video production and editing
- Computer output to DVD, video CD, and streaming on the CCRI web site
- Videotape to DVD conversion and duplication
Web and digital imaging production support is available for instructional purposes. This includes the use of the flatbed scanners, slide scanners and other digital imaging hardware, as well as digital imaging software.
The Instructional Technology Services staff supports video conferencing facilities that offer the opportunity for students, faculty and staff to communicate with one another between campuses as well as other remote sites. These facilities can be used to conduct meetings, team-teach classes between campuses, combine sections of classes, host guest speakers from around the world, and conduct job interviews.
Desktop Video Conferencing - use of your computer to share and view the same information with others who are not in the same location as you. This gives you the ability to have a meeting without ever leaving your office or home. Web conferencing utilizes a desktop computer, web cam and microphone to send and receive video, audio, and text in real time via the Internet. Some desktop video conferencing software also allows screen sharing and real-time collaboration.
Teleseminars - telephone-based conferences that use audio as the primary delivery. They can be one-way where participants just listen to a presentation or two-way, where participants can interact with a presenter.
Information Technology staff can provide support for participation by faculty, staff and students in any of these mediums.
- Knight Campus, Warwick - Room 4104
- Flanagan Campus, Lincoln - Room 2207
- Liston Campus, Providence - Room 1208
- Newport Campus - Room 221
Portable video conferencing equipment is available upon request. Contact Gene Grande at 333-7031. Reservations one week in advance and a brief orientation are necessary in order to schedule and use these resources.
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