How can ASCTech help you create instructional media?
The ASCTech Academic Technologies Studio (ATS) in 142 Hagerty Hall supports instructor-created media throughout the College of Arts and Sciences, from video and audio recording instructional events to converting media for academic uses to archiving media. We help faculty, staff, and grad students incorporate multimedia into elearning, research, publishing, and outreach. This also includes off-site production work for projects. If you would like a physical copy of your recording, you will need to bring your own storage media (flash drive, DVD-R, etc.).
The projects below highlight some of the work that the ASCTech ATS currently supports. These projects can guide your thinking about how the studio can help you incorporate multimedia into your teaching. Please contact us for a consultation about other ways that we may be able to assist you. Or visit us in 142 Hagerty Hall for discussion and a tour.
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:15 AM- 5 PM
Speech and Hearing Videos
Clinical Instructor Jennifer Brello and Clinic Director Gail Whitelaw from the Department of Speech and Hearing have worked with ASCTech to produce 12 hours of class content of audiologist interacting with real clients and client-actors in Pressey Hall audiology locations, such as audiology booths, interview rooms, and hearing aid fitting rooms, as well as lectures in the ASCTech studio.
Space in Your Face vodcasts
These vodcasts are intended to spread information and create interest in space and are hosted by Arts and Sciences researchers Paul Sutter and Wayne Schlingman.
Center for Language, Literature and Cultures audio
CLLC radio broadcasts are offered by the Center for Languages, Literatures and Cultures. Students of French, Italian, Modern Greek, Russian, Spanish and German train to be radio DJs for three live broadcasts in their target language. They research their target language radio history, often with a DJ partner, and choose themes, music and content for each performance. The broadcasts are offered fall and spring semesters. They also offer Yiddish Radio with commentary in English.
Melton Center for Jewish Studies and The Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures
Center for Folklore Studies
Spanish Department in conjunction with CLCC and ODEE
This collaboration with Dr. Terrell Morgan produces native speaker recordings to be used as the basis for an online tool which uses waveform and spectrograph feedback. These graphs will be instantly comparable to those of a native speaker to help students perfect their pronunciations.
Film Study Program
Department of Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology (EEOB) videos
The ASCTech Digital Media Studio has produced a number of videos for the Department of Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology, such as those that teach students how to use a micropipette or the appropriate technique for doing a blood smear.
Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies video
ASCTech Digital Media studio produced a video highlighting the Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies department's commitment to minority issues. It will be hosted on their departmental website.
Center for Slavic and East European Studies
The Center for Slavic and East European Studies (CSEES) maintains an extensive film library open to all educators, students, and civic/educational groups in Ohio and the Midwest in particular and the United States in general. With over 1,300 English, Russian, Polish, Armenian, Estonian, Czech, Georgian, Hungarian, Romanian, Serbo-Croatian, Slovak, Ukrainian, Uzbek, and Yiddish titles, including many cinema masterpieces, documentaries, and feature films, the CSEES's film library is an excellent resource on campus.
Korean Languages at Ohio State video
Professor Chan Park leads an introduction to the new Korean languages program at Ohio State.
Biology 1102 Introductory videos
Instructor Kristin Smock recorded weekly video introductions for her Biology 1102 class, which allows her students to know who she is and that she's keeping up with them every week. This image is from a green screen shoot recorded for the week of spring break.
Latinos in Pop Culture MOOC
Professors Frederick Aldama and Paloma Martinez-Cruz recorded "Latino Popular Culture for the Clueless," a MOOC that explores popular culture in the U.S. Latino community.