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Learning Media Innovation & Creation

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Partner with our team to create custom media courseware or learn how to get started creating on your own.

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Partner with our team to create custom media courseware or learn how to get started creating on your own.

Leading media innovation within Notre Dame Learning, the Creative Media Team looks forward to accompanying you to design and create impactful learning media.  We are an in-house production studio of industry seasoned artists and film-makers compelled to enhance the student learning experience through the creation of innovative, high-end pedagogical media.

In addition to the production of traditional learning media, the Creative Media team rethinks the importance of the role that storytelling plays in crafting engaging learning experiences. Our work ranges from stand-alone one-off videos to course-wide series, engaged scholarship documentaries, virtual reality, 3D animation & motion graphics, and international on-site work. We also help to define creative and visual treatments that deepen and enrich the student learning experience. 

To learn more about the possibilities on this page or arrange a consultation if you have a project you would like to explore. Contact Us at learning@nd.edu or 631-9146 

Example Projects:

Narrative Based Courseware

The creation of a narrative around instructional content deepens learning engagement and frames content in a novel way. This can take the shape in short-form stories told within a single video or through a series of videos that span over the length of a course. 

Documentary & On-Location Production

Whether traveling across campus or internationally, shooting video on location is the most natural way to contextualize a subject. 

Animation

Whether traveling across campus or internationally, shooting video on location is the most natural way to contextualize a subject. 

Studio Production

Whether traveling across campus or internationally, shooting video on location is the most natural way to contextualize a subject. 

Interviews

Whether traveling across campus or internationally, shooting video on location is the most natural way to contextualize a subject. 

Self-Produced Media

Whether traveling across campus or internationally, shooting video on location is the most natural way to contextualize a subject. 

VR (Virtual Reality)

Other

Lightboard

Lightboard demonstrations are a wonderful strategy for quantitative subjects or other chalk ‘n talk lectures.

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Academic Podcasts

Connect with learners at the University and abroad.