eLearning Services can support course content with videotaping services of student or instructor presentations and interviews as well as educational presentations and campus events. Edited videos can be produced as online streaming media, DVDs, or uploads to websites such as YouTube. Most requests require a two-week notice to schedule equipment and videographers. Events taking place on weekends or after normal business hours may require more notice. Please contact eLearning Services at elearning@ltu.edu for more information.  

To make a videotaping or editing request, please fill out the Video Request Form

Critical Elements Examples

Lower Third
A lower third is an informative graphic placed in the lower area of the screen. It does not necessarily fill the entire lower third as the name suggests. Lower thirds are most commonly seen on television news programs.

The intro/outro sequence provides an opening and closing to the video. It can be used to introduce the speaker or provide general information pertaining to the video. The animation at the beginning of the intro are applied to the beginning of all videos produced by eLearning Services for identification purposes. Likewise, there is an abridged version of the same animation that is placed at the end.

Visual Graphics
Visual graphics support the information presented in the video through multisensory enhancement. These can be images, text, or animations.