Creating Multimedia for the classroom
The Rita E. and Gustave M. Hauser Digital Teaching & Learning Studio is a state-of-the-art video capture studio located inside Widener Library. It serves both as a high-tech production facility and as a training ground for faculty from around the University who want to experiment with new approaches to further integrate the digital age into their teaching.
There are a number of groups around campus which may be available help you to produce and edit instructional video for faculty. These include:
- Division of Continuing Education Computer Facility
- Faculty of Arts & Sciences Instructional Media Services (Media & Technology Services and the Media Production Center)
- Harvard Business School: More information available on HBS Intranet
- Graduate School of Design Presentation Services through Computer Resources
- Harvard Graduate School of Education Academic Technologies through Media Services
- Harvard Kennedy School Media Services
- Harvard Law School Media Services
- Harvard Medical School Media Services
- Harvard School of Public Health Department of Information Technology, Media Services
If you or a member of your team would like to learn post-production skills, the Derek Bok Center for Teaching & Learning offers courses and workshops in digital literacy. All Harvard faculty, staff and students also have access to Lynda.com which offers online video tutorials that teach basic video editing skills.