DePaul University Center for Teaching & Learning > Instructional Design > Academic Media Production
Academic Media Production (AMP) works with faculty and select staff units to create visually engaging and pedagogically stimulating lecture content. Composed of a team of editors, videographers, and a senior instructional designer, the team works closely with stakeholders to plan, record, edit, and post videos for individual or course-wide developments.
AMP works alongside faculty and staff to create content that is accessible to and representative of diverse audiences, and recognizes the dignity and humanity of all people. We strive for diverse representation and access to educational content while resisting and opposing racism, sexism, homophobia, classism, and any other attempt to exclude others due to differences in identity or lived experiences.
To schedule a meeting with the Academic Media Team, please fill out this form to get started.
AMP Maintains 5 studio spaces between the Loop and Lincoln Park campuses.
This studio space is best utilized for presenting annotated slide decks (PowerPoint, Google Slides, Keynote, etc.), demonstrating code, reviewing software or websites, or any materials best presented through the computer directly.
This space is best utilized for writing notes or diagraming content on a height adjustable Lightboard drawn by the presenter. This space can optionally be fitted with a smaller (5x7 foot) green screen, with advance notice.
Similar to Studio SAC 266A in Lincoln Park, this studio space is best utilized for presenting annotated slide decks (PowerPoint, Google Slides, Keynote, etc.), demonstrating code, reviewing software or websites, or any materials best presented through the computer directly.
This space is best utilized for creative green screen recordings or smaller roundtable discussions. This studio will fit 1 to 4 speakers and features a teleprompter and confidence monitor setup for use while recording.
Similar to SAC 266B in Lincoln Park, the Lightboard studio is our largest space, set with professional lighting, audio, and camera equipment designed around an 8 by 4 foot lightboard. This space is best utilized for writing notes or diagraming content drawn by the presenter.
Faculty and staff wishing to produce new content should plan on working from 2 weeks to 2 months in advance for a single video project (schedules can be determined in initial planning meeting), and 6-12 months in advance of a full course project, though more complicated projects may take longer to plan, produce, and edit.