ICT AV Services offer media production services to create educational and how-to videos to supplement online learning and teaching materials. The service is for non-profit curriculum based projects and is open to teaching staff committed to boosting student engagement and improving learning outcomes through the use of quality audio and video content. The service is also available to academic staff for online research projects and publications to enhance research led learning and teaching.
How-to tutorial videos are perfect for capturing a demonstration, examination, or providing step-by-step instruction. ICT also produce documentary style videos, scripted dramas, interviews and overviews that clarify complicated concepts, bring topics to life and enhance the student experience. We can work with you to ascertain which style would best suit your objectives.
Our standard service includes project consultation and development, script collaboration, camera operator/director, voice over artist, editor and other post-production tasks such as basic graphics, effects and deliverables.
How-to clips and short videos (up to 5mins) are provided at no cost for unfunded projects. Longer more complex projects may incur charges. If your project is funded you may like to consider utilising additional contractors such as a second cameraperson, production assistants, actors, graphic artists, animators or script writers which can add more finesse and further enrich your production. We are happy to consult with you over these options and assist you with your grant applications.
As we do not make promotional or marketing videos, if your video is targeted at prospective students for such purposes, please contact the University's Marketing and Communications division.
To apply for this service, please complete our Proposal Form
A sign off from your Associate Dean (Learning and Teaching) indicating that the project aligns with faculty learning and teaching strategies and goals is required. On receipt of on an in-scope proposal, we will organise a meeting to discuss the project in more detail including production style and time-frames.
For more advice on how your project supports university learning and teaching goals, please contact the Institute for Teaching and Learning
- Alignment with university or faculty learning and teaching strategic goals.
- Designed to enhance teaching and improve learning outcomes, particularly in the areas of student experience, understanding, engagement, motivation and inclusion that benefits a significant number of students directly.
- Video content can also be produced for online research projects and publications to enhance research-led teaching and learning.
- Needs to be signed off by Faculty Associate Dean (Learning and Teaching).
- All audio and video material used must comply with Australian copyright guidelines. Go here for information on copyright
- For complex projects, we require a draft script as a platform for collaboration and development. Your project will then be allocated a production time slot.
- To ensure that all educational and instructional content is accurate and meets university, faculty and curriculum standards we need a faculty subject matter expert on-set and during the final edit for advice and consultation.
- ICT needs to produce the whole video project from the beginning to the end. Benefits of this include the provision of advanced professional equipment, experienced production staff, and high quality standards and outcomes.
- Any changes to the edit must be reasonable and flagged as early as possible in the rough cut stage. The responsibility of post-project support and maintenance lies with the faculty.
- We can post the video to an on-line portal such as a website or Blackboard LMS.