Digital Media Production
Academic Technology Services (ATS) has a full-service video production studio, which is available to faculty, staff and students of UW-L.
Our mission is to support classroom instruction through the use of digital media.
ATS staff can help instructors design digital media to fit specific academic needs. ATS provides multiple distribution methods like DVDs, digital files for web delivery, and learning objects for D2L.
In addition to providing production design services to faculty and staff, ATS is available to provide guidance to students with questions about digital media production. Some equipment is available for student projects and faculty research projects.
Currently in Production
Health Education and Health Promotion (HEHP) Video
The HEHP video is for UW-L's Department of Health Education and Health Promotion. It highlights public health careers and the Community Health Education Program. The video will have interviews with La Crosse area public health professionals, who discuss job descriptions and academic paths for the profession.
Awareness Through Performance (ATP)
Awareness Through Performance (ATP) web clip bumpers are short, animated-motion introductions to several ATP performances. The animated bumpers will credit the writers and performers, and include the ATP logo and legal verbiage. Ultimately the clips will reside on UW-L's YouTube channel.
The Self-Sufficiency Program helps support and provide low
income parents the opportunity to achieve a college education.
Here is one of the many success stories of the
The Physical Activity Mentoring Program promotes health and physical activity for children and youth with cognitive, physical, sensory and other types of disabilities. Each child has a trained college friend from UW-L, who will help them meet physical activity needs and goals.
The Distinguished Lecture Series in Physics has brought Nobel
Prize laureates in physics to UW-L each year since 2000. This
is a clip of Dr. Frank Wilczek, 2004 Nobel Prize winner in
physics, presenting at UW-La Crosse.
The University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Wellness Resource Center provides students with knowledge and tools necessary to lead a healthy, balanced lifestyle. One of the ipriorities of the Wellness Resource Center is raising the awareness of alcohol use and abuse on college campuses. The video on the web page linked above was produced by the Academic Technology Services ETC.
Office Hours: M-F 9:00am - 5:00pm
(Available weeknights and weekends for specific productions.)
Digital Media Producer:
Academic Technology Services