Recording Services

Lecture Recording

Media & Technology Services provides video and audio recording for individual class meetings or for all class meetings in a semester. We provide all necessary equipment and, if available, a technician to record the class.  Courses that wish to be recorded for the web will be asked to agree to our Service Level Agreement.  NOTE: Recorded lectures are generally available for distribution online within two to three business days. 

FAS classes that require assistance with their Canvas course websites and publishing of video should contact Academic Technology Services within HUIT, as they are the customer face to the course platform for FAS. 

Event Recording

  • Single Camera
  • Multi-Camera
  • Audio

Live Streaming Services (currently unavailable)

  • Overflow rooms
  • Web Streaming

Studio Recording

The Media Production Center studio is acoustically isolated to minimize disruptions and provide a controlled recording environment.

Cinema-style cameras and a variety of lighting and backgrounds are available for video shoots. For audio recordings, movable acoustical absorbers and diffusers allow the interior acoustics to be tailored to the program. The studio features a Steinway piano and multitrack production capability for recording musical performances.

We encourage faculty to bring their classes into the studio for projects. Students report their studio experience as “eye-opening” and a “highlight” of their semester!

Typical Studio Recordings

  • Video & Audio Podcasts
  • Interviews
  • Talking head video
  • Musical performances
  • Voice-overs[?]
  • Foreign Language Recordings

The Rita E. and Gustave M. Hauser Digital Teaching & Learning Studio

The Hauser Studio, centrally located in Widener Library, is a state-of-the-art video capture studio. Equipped to provide both broadcast and cinema style multi-camera production, it serves both as a high-tech production facility and as a training ground for faculty from around the University who want to experiment with new approaches to further integrate the digital age into their teaching.

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