Many services are available to assist you with building more media-rich content for the classroom, web site or other marketing needs.
Adobe Connect services were discontinued effective May 15th, 2020. Please use Zoom for your web conferencing needs. If you need further assistance, contact HuskyTech or firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Users must have an assigned account in order to login.)
Digital signage replaces traditional signs with electronic signs such as LCD or plasma panels.
Those without RealEyes accounts and wanting to post information using digital signage should submit a request via the University Communications Digital Signage Request.
Users that have a RealEyes account can login at https://www.realeyesdisplays.com/wordpress/client-login/ with their assigned ID and password and create slides using the RealEyes software. After creating the slide, they must use the University Communications Digital Signage Request to begin a workflow for getting the slide reviewed and posted to the screens. For RealEyes software training, contact email@example.com.
Make posting requests at least one week in advance. Please plan accordingly. Direct questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What does the viewer absolutely need to know?
Choose simple fonts.
Use vibrant color!
Let the image do the talking.
If experiencing issues, check Kaltura Status page.
Kaltura MediaSpace is a cloud-based web service that converts and distributes video, audio, and other media formats. MediaSpace includes Kaltura Personal Capture, a desktop recording and capture tool, and Kaltura REACH, a free machine-based captioning and editing tool.
The SCSU-hosted version of Mediaspace was discontinued effective May 15th, 2020. Please use Minnesota State’s Mediaspace service.
How to guides from SCSU:
How-to videos provided by Kaltura:
For more information on Microsoft Teams, visit the Office 365 Teams page.
All Zoom resources are now available on the ITS Zoom page.
Designers work with faculty and staff to create graphics for courses, publications, presentations and poster sessions along with developing electronic presentations and PowerPoint.
For assistance, contact email@example.com.
Captioning of video/audio materials is necessary to make content accessible to all students, including those with disabilities. Captions are text displayed on the screen to represent what is being said, as well as important sound cues.
To see if your video already has a captioned version available contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
If a captioned version is not available: