IPFW offers a variety of ways that you may produce video in support of instruction.
Using the IPFW licensed Tegrity software, you can record and distribute classroom lectures for your students to view online. Instructors and students can access it at https://ipfw.tegrity.com/ using any browser. Go to the Tegrity website to see a demonstration of this software. For more information, contact Mike Phillips, Media Services Technologist, at (260) 481-0209.
The IPFW Media Vault is a place for faculty, staff, and students to store and stream university related media for instruction, branding, image, and athletics. Instructions for uploading video to Media Vault and making a link in your Blackboard course can be found on the IT Services Training page. For more information, contact Mike Phillips, Media Services Technologist, at (260) 481-0209.
CELT has a limited number of high definition 'flip' video cameras that can be checked to to faculty for short periods. For more information or to arrange a loan, contact CELT at (260) 481-6354.
Students may borrow video equipment to use in curriculum-related projects from Studio M in Walb 220 by completing an online loan request form, or by calling (260) 481-0114.
Helmke Video Archives contains videos of the American Democracy Project, Anthropology Luncheon Lectures, Distinguished Lecturer Series, Omnibus Lecture Series, Opus, and We Shall Remain 5-part PBS Series.
You can search the IUCAT catalog to find video titles available from the IPFW Helmke Library, selected other regional campuses in the IU system, and holdings at IU Bloomington in both Wells Library as well as ALF (Auxiliary Library Facility).
To order a video title, please follow this procedure:
Allow up to a week for delivery of videos. Also, to order videos from IPFW, select other regional campuses, and ALF, please remember that you must be logged in to IUCAT with your IPFW username and password.
The Division of Continuing Studies (DCS) schedules the use of Kettler G 20, 22, 227,and Helmke B 35 for delivering and receiving distance courses locally and regionally via two-way videoconferencing. Classes held in these rooms can be recorded and subsequently embedded in Blackboard for later viewing. Classes held in Helmke B 35 are also cablecast on College Access TV Channel 5. Contact the DCS at (260) 481-6624 for more information.
If you wish to schedule a videoconference meeting with another IU campus, contact the IT Services Helpdesk at (260) 481-6030.
Find tips and strategies for teaching via two-way videoconferencing at this comprehensive wiki created by IPFW faculty.
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