Multimedia Production Specialists provide skilled expertise in multimedia development producing videos, audio files, graphics and other multimedia for faculty and staff. Our team focuses on the production of instructional content for San Jacinto College.
Location and Contact Information
Our studios and offices are located on the first floor of the North campus library building, N.14.114. Our regular office hours are from 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday.
You may contact media staff by using the contact information located on the People page of the EdTech blog.
To initiate a request for media production, submit the Request for Instructional Media Development form located on the forms page of the EdTech blog. Once submitted, your form will be reviewed and someone will contact you within 2 business days.
We can produce instructional videos ranging from a basic narrated photo slideshow to a full video production with animations and special effects.
Video production type should be selected based on the project outcomes and timelines.
We can edit and produce videos from footage you have already recorded in your classroom. Before footage is submitted, please consider these important items.
- Media release forms must be signed and provided with the footage. You can obtain the appropriate media release form by contacting media staff.
- You must have permission for any video content you submit. If you did not create the video yourself, written permission from the copyright holder must be obtained before we will work with the footage.
We can produce and edit audio recordings such as podcasts or voice-overs to support your instructional content. Audio recording edits are held to the same copyright and permission standards as video editing. See Video Editing.
We are committed to supporting SJC faculty and staff in their accessibility efforts. This includes the addition of captions to media produced through our office or by faculty. For closed captioning requests, please media staff.
We can produce and edit photos to support your instructional content. Photos are held to the same copyright and permissions standards as video editing. See Video Editing.