Meet the Team
Video and Sound Editing
Our editing platform spans a rich variety of techniques including Titling and Motion Graphics, Video file Conversion and so much more.
ScreenCasts & Voiceovers
We offer the latest version of Screencast- o-Matic in a sound controlled studio environment giving you the quality and privacy to create, engage and inspire.
We work closely with Instructional Designers and technologists to make sure your content is delivered in the correct format and published to your Canvas course.
Did you know that have a YouTube account provided by MCC? We can help you navigate your account and show you how to use it’s tools to create playlists, annotations, captioning and more!
Whether its Guest speakers, events or in-class content, we operate using only the best camera equipment to capture your most prized educational moments.
Flipping the classroom
Educause defines Flipped as “a pedagogical model in which the typical lecture and homework elements of a course are reversed.” Come into the Red Room and develop a plan to move your course to a Flipped model!
Types of Events we Cover
- In Class Instruction
- Experiential Learning (classroom experiences off campus)
- Academic Lectures and Open Forums
- Professional Development
- Guest speakers
- Hybrid Course Content
Note: If there is something you didn’t see featured in our signature services please don’t hesitate to reach out to us via email or by phone. We are happy to hear your thoughts! We can also schedule a meeting face to face to discuss potential project interests and see what we can do for you.
CTL Recording Studio – A Space To Create
The recording studio located in the CTL Red Room, provides convenient times, soundproof space and technical elements for faculty to transform their course content into digital artifacts fit for canvas integration and other sources for online learning. Check out our newsletter, project highlights, testimonials and more giving you greater insight into this incredible space for taking your course to the next level!
We appreciate your interest in considering our video production services to digitize your instructional content. In order to ensure service availability, we highly encourage at least 2 WEEKS PRIOR notice to your desired request date either by phone, email or in person. You will then be prompted to complete our online media form (icon below) for tracking purposes. A follow-up email will then be distributed usually within 24-48 hours or sooner following your submission outlining our final decision for your request with supporting reason and event details. Please allow for the allotted time to pass before sending us a follow-up email. Thank you!
Signature release forms are required before we can film or take photos of any classroom or campus event especially if the event involves student participation. Forms cannot be completed online. They must be printed out and physically signed by all participants involved and submitted to us in person. All required forms are housed on the Institutional Advancement (IA) Webpage (icon below). Scroll down the bottom where it says “Release Forms” and click on the blue hyperlink that asks you to login into the employee portal using your MEID and password to access the release forms. We will notify you of what forms you need to print out and submit back to us before your scheduled request date.
Camera Kits and Checkout Procedures
Our camera kits were assembled with the intent of giving faculty more creative control over what they wish to capture in their classroom so they can begin to feel more like storytellers themselves. They contain the core essentials faculty need to record their classroom lectures or events along with a comprehensive instruction manual for easy set-up and to reduce product damage or lost.
Equipment Loan: A property loan agreement otherwise known as a PLA form will be administered to you to fill out and sign before a camera kit is released at check-out.
Returning Equipment: If you are returning equipment outside of CTL office hours (i.e. after 5pm) be sure to let us know ahead of time so we can schedule arrangements for the return. If we are unavailable for the return please contact public safety (480-461-7046) and they will take the equipment for our pick-up the following day. Be sure to send us an email letting us that you dropped the equipment off with public safety at: (Andrew.Kasian@mesacc.edu or Emileigh. Liebetruth@mesacc.edu).
Red Room Showcase
“The CTL Video Production Team is always willing to assist me regardless of the semester, day and time. The videos they help me create allow for an engaging perspective on education showing multiple generations of students.” – Rod Golden, Cultural Sciences Faculty, MCC
“Andrew Kasian and Emileigh Liebetruth supported our team’s need for developing an online Student Affairs Employee onboarding training course. They went above and beyond to meet the goals and expectations of our team with exquisite attention to detail and creative approach to bringing the steps of enrollment to life in a timely manner using film.” – Victoria Kubova, Project Manager, College Technology Services, MCC
” As a faculty member I often have new ideas for content that I would like to create but coming up with the time to create this on my own is just too difficult. The CTL video production team was able to assist me with creating video clips for my course in very little time, taking hours of extra work off my plate. This has freed me up to spend more time helping my students.” -Seth Daugherty, Math Faculty, MCC
“The CTL video production team have made themselves available to film a countless number of class sessions and student testimonials for our Foundations for Student Success (FSS) program. They are flexible and accommodating and the video quality is always excellent!” – Melissa Carpenter, FSS Director, MCC
“The CTL video production team has been incredibly helpful in promoting the Annual Festival of the Arts showcase we put on every year. They are always professional, easy to work with and produce amazing content.” –Gingher Leyendecker, Department Chair, Arts, MCC