Multimedia Services for Faculty and Staff
Wilmington University offers an array of services for Faculty and Staff designed to meet increasing multimedia needs which involve technical support, creation of rich-media content, high-tech equipment, and special software.
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Photo and Video Resources
Online videos are a great way to reach a wide-audience and a high-touch approach to increasing understanding and awareness of a service or message. There are several different video options available for your needs.
Wilmington University has created several Do-It-Yourself Multimedia studios, spaces designed for the easiest possible use by students and faculty to create simple, high-quality videos for assignments and courses. There are two locations: one in Dover and one at the Wilson Graduate Center.
Multimedia Tools for the Classroom
The Kaltura Building Block allows all university users the ability to create webcam videos and screencasts within Canvas.
Learn about using the Swivl to create do-it-yourself lecture capture segments for online learning courses or using the "flipped classroom" model in face-to-face courses.
VoiceThread is a tool to create interactive, multimedia, threaded, asynchronous discussions integrated into Canvas courses. Click the link to learn how you can incorporate this tool into your classroom.
Zoom allows faculty to capture a presentation, hold simulcast class sessions, and hold virtual office hours. It's also currently the software needed for our Video-Enabled Classroom solutions.