Digital Media Services is well on the way to fulfilling its annual target of production involvement in at least one video asset by 50% of the academic, service, and administrative units at ETSU. For example, in the first 3 months of 2010, we have already partnered with academic units from 8 of ETSU's 10 colleges to produce videos that are already available on the WWW.
QCOM: With Drs. Julie Dunn and Martin Eason serving as liaisons to the Advanced Trauma Life Support Committee, we are developing an online trauma training site in support of activities of the American College of Surgeons.
APPALACHIAN ARCHIVES & THE GEORGE L. CARTER MUSEUM: With the Appalachian Archives, the George L. Carter Railroad Museum, and broadcasting major Kodi Ledford, we are producing a video promoting the Railroad Museum and its volunteers. The video recognizes Carter's donation of the ETSU site, and is being produced in celebration of the 100th Anniversary of ETSU.
CPH: We have been entrusted with recording, editing, streaming, and podcasting nationally accredited health practitioners invited to ETSU for the Leading Voices in Public Health Speaker Series.
QCOM: With Drs. Martin Eason and Dawn Tuell as producers, we are developing Sim WorldWide, an online collaboration featuring live and archived medical simulation sessions, and delivering medical simulations to medical students and practitioners around the world.
CRHS: We recently completed a promotional video for the Department of Communicative Disorders (CDIS). The video was highlighted as the opening feature at the 2010 CDIS Open House Event.
COE: With Dr. Norma MacRae, we are streaming a series of short instructional videos helping student teachers prepare for the expected and unexpected as they enter classrooms for the first time as the teacher.
QCOM: With Dr. Tom Kwasigroch, of the Quillen College of Medicine, we are collaborating to archive and live stream instructional prosection videos, helping better prepare medical students to complete exercises in gross anatomy labs.
CBAT: With Career Services, we are streaming a series of videos promoting graduate and undergraduate business programs, and providing students with practical career advice.
CAS: We have recently completed promotional videos featuring graduate interns in The Language and Culture Research Center (LCRC) and professors specializing in Tsunamis and Paleontology in the Department of Geomatic Sciences.
HONOR'S: We are currently recording a series of videos promoting International Studies and the new International Student Merit Scholarships.
COP: We are recording and editing a series of videos in which a physician from Quillen College of Medicine teaches the art of patient examination to students in the College of Pharmacy.