The IT & Communications Unit houses a full service multimedia production unit that covers graphic design, video production, digital signage, interactive resource creation, media system design, and pretty much anything related to multimedia.
Some examples of our work include the big screen in the foyer, the Law Image Database, and video production for marketing and WATTLE course materials.
We cater for the very broad definition of audiovisual and multimedia, as in anything that mixes media types (picture, motion, audio, etc) as well as interaction (buttons, choices, simulation).
Our most common work falls into the following categories:
|Video production||From helping you on initial concepts and storyboarding, through filming on our high definition cameras, onto editing and processing on our AV equipment, and finally mastering out to Blu-ray disc, DVD, and online streaming through the web and WATTLE, our video production facilities are commercial-grade and ready for your project requests.|
|Interactive content||Virtual tours, multimedia learning resources, WATTLE icons, etc...|
|Digital signage||Big announcement screens such as the Foyer screen and at the IT Unit entrance. The Foyer screen can also present a live video feed from the Law Lecture Theatre.|
|CD/DVD duplication||Need a hundred CDs made with full colour printed labels? We can do that.|
IT&C Multimedia can also offer you basic training in multimedia software to help you become capable of creating your own fantastic media resources.
Learn all about how you can record audio in your office using Audacity for making lecture recordings, catch-up materials, oral feedback on assessment, etc..
Use Camtasia to make screen recording videos of your presentations, website walk-throughs, narrated PowerPoint presentations and more.
You can find some great pictures to use in your lectures and WATTLE sites through resourses such as the Law Image Database and various online community collections. We can recommend some useful websites and help you understand which images are free to use (remember, Google image search and a little text attribution at the bottom of a PowerPoint slide does not mean you have permission to use any picture you find).
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If you'd like to know more about what we can do with multimedia, see some of our previous work, or chat about your project ideas, please contact us - ITUnit@law.anu.edu.au