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We work hard every day to test the limits of what multimedia options are available for our faculty and students. With options including pedagogical applications for drones, 360-degree cameras, multimedia storytelling and more, our partners have included departments, college and faculty across campus.


Academic Multimedia

The Academic Multimedia team provides support to instructional designers and faculty by producing micro-learning video segments to enhance the online, blended, and face-to-face learning experience. Additionally, we offer multimedia consulting, assistance, and tips to help enhance and support your instructional needs.



Zoom Teleconferencing

Available on your MyCoyote, Zoom is an easy and effective option for tecleconferencing, video conferencing, recording lectures, and more! Let our ATI designers walk you through all the features. Zoom gives you the power to engage users (or students) in a web conference with a variety of tools such as instant polling, whiteboard, desktop sharing, audio and video conferencing, and chatting. In one platform, you can host online sessions for small or large groups. You also have the ability to record a session and share the session at a later time asynchronously. From anywhere, faculty can meet with students using their laptop, desktop, tablet, or smartphone. Zoom is compatible with iOS, Mac, Android, and PCs.

Micro-learning video production

Micro-learning video production is the process of creating bite-size (2-3 minute) video segments for instructional purposes. We work closely with Instructional Designers and faculty to produce content-rich instructional videos that support micro-learning theories and principles. 

Lecture, Video, and Screen Capture Assistance & Tips

Electronic media technology has made the ability to create videos extremely accessible – whether it’s on a smartphone, tablet or a professional video camera the ability to self produce videos are at your fingertips. It doesn’t take much to enhance your video quality without spending a lot of money. Bad video can take away from good content. Try using natural light from a window, shooting in a quiet room, and setting up your camera slightly above your eye level. If you’re looking for more tips on creating good quality video, contact our office to schedule a consultation with our highly-qualified and experienced Videographer.


High-quality photography is available for your academic course needs.

Graphic Design Assistance & Tips

Whether you are looking to create an image that adds to the understanding of the content or you are looking to create a custom Blackboard banner for your online course, we can help you.