Please contact the eLearning and Emerging Technologies Digital
Studio for guidance in creating a podcast at email@example.com or 616-331-8527.
Please fill out the online Digital
Studio Media Submission Form and submit your project to the
Digital Studio located in KHS 4474 on the Allendale campus. Contact
the DS for questions at firstname.lastname@example.org 616-331-8527.
Please contact the eLearning and Emerging Technologies Digital Studio
for assistance in setting up video streaming at email@example.com. You will be
required to submit the project needs for approval by the Associate
Director of Academic Services, John Klein.
Option 1: Event Services
Please contact Event
Services at 616.331.2350 for further information.
Option 2: University Communications
University Communications provides services for approved GVSU
administration and academic requests for video and webcasting. Vice
President approval is required. For the approval process form,
Option 3: School of Communications
Because the School of Communications is an academic rather than a
service unit, it accepts only a very limited number of client-based
video production projects during the academic year. The School
receives many more requests than can be fit within the established curriculum.
Projects must fit within the academic mission of the School of
Communications, and have clear and appropriate learning outcomes as
determined by the faculty or Director. Only a single class, CFV-470,
Non-fiction Production, which is offered every fall semester,
regularly accepts one or two client-based projects. The clients are
selected well in advance of fall semester. Clients are expected to be
willing to meet with students as necessary throughout the planning and
production process. For more information, please contact Prof.
Barbara Roos at 616.331.3465. Other projects can be accepted only
rarely, on a case-by-case basis. Acceptance will be determined by the
appropriate faculty or their designee. Projects with immediate
deadlines will not be accepted.
studies or internships must be under the direct supervision of a
faculty member who has expertise in the relevant technical aspects of
the production, and students must have evidence of the necessary
production skills to carry the work forward successfully.
For further information, contact Scott Vanderberg in the School of Communications at 616-331-3105.
Option 4: The Promotions Video Team
Video Team (part of the Student Life Office) works to produce a
wide range of video content for the Grand Valley community. Our
services include commercials, special event coverage, DVD duplication,
and more! The team is composed of highly skilled Film/Video majors who
have experience in various areas of production. If you are interested
in finding out more about the team or want to start a project, setup a
meeting by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Option 1: WGVU-TV rents studios, selected
equipment and other facilities. Learn more about these and other
services on the WGVU website.
Option 2: Please refer to services available from
the West Michigan Film and Video
Alliance. To go directly to services for hire regarding crew,
services, talent, for rent and locations, click on "Tools and Databases".