Before the Discovery channel, the Internet, the Learning channel, before Bill Kurtis's documentaries, Alan Alda's Scientific American, and even before the Crocodile Hunter, there was the Digital Learning and Media Design (DLMD) team. DLMD was an integral part of the University, with two professional TV studios, audio production and editing rooms, graphics and animation facilities, a full complement of engineering talent and a university wide distribution capability — the wave of the future in education.
Today, DLMD has evolved into a full service media production facility, creating educational video and multimedia programs, public affairs shows, documentaries, satellite broadcasts, and dramatic programs as well as graphics, photography, audio, and training in the use of Internet technologies for instruction. DLMD is recognized by leaders of in the video industry, such as Panasonic, as being a “state-of-art HD production studio.”
DLMD staff have won many national awards for educational media, print, online teaching, and national satellite programs throughout the years. In the 80's and 90's, DLMD pioneered the "Teleclass" which proving popular with students. The classes continue to play on PBS learning channels throughout the country. As distance learning became digital, DLMD evolved to produce online media-rich courses and multimedia training, partnering with nationally recognized organizations, such the American Psychological Association and the Child Welfare League of America, to produce training material for international distribution on both DVD and CD-Rom.
In addition, DLMD also serves many of the A/V needs of the University faculty, staff and administration by designing print, audio, and multimedia pieces for use in marketing, recruitment, internal communications and student information.
The staff includes two Emmy-Award winning producers, a wonderfully talented group of video designers and directors, graphic designers, faculty, a marketing & distribution department, and accomplished engineers.
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