What is it?
Video recording is an alternate way of presenting your ideas and course materials. Our MediaVision team can record demonstrations, presentations or interviews in our high-end broadcast studio or at on-campus locations such as laboratories. Please note, we are not staffed to record individual presentations in university classrooms. We do, however, have a studio classroom that can be reserved for your use.
How can it help?
Video recordings can help facilitate learning by providing visual representation of hard-to-grasp concepts; online video content can be explored prior to class thus freeing in-class time for discussion; videos can depict detailed processes by incorporating close up shots, varying camera angles, and slow motion effects.
Main points to consider
The California State University (CSU) has set forth requirements stated by the Accessible Technology Intiative (E.O. 926) for all instructional and web material hosted by Cal Poly Pomona or any other CSU entity. Please note that all video materials must contain time synchronized closed-captions and all audio materials must be accompanied by a verbatim transcript or captions and all instructional materials must be accessible. We ask that you provide a script or transcript to us to ensure your audio or video recording meets these requirements.