Multimedia Services


Multimedia is a technique (such as the combining of sound, static imagery, video, and text) for expressing ideas (as in communication, entertainment, or art) in which several media are employed

Take advantage of ITTD’s Multimedia Services with high-end video production (recording and editing) and training workshops. Learn how to use Adobe Creative Suite,, Camtasia Studio, and Mediasite to help bring more visual impact to your presentations and improve your learning content. 

Column Professor using lightboard


Lightboard offers a way to create videos that complement flipped classrooms and other online or hybrid learning models. These tools meet the student's need for clear and informative lecture capture while offering the instructor a quick and effective method of video production that includes visual aids.

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Podcast Audio

Podcast Training

Podcasting offers the opportunity for lecturers to easily broadcast engaging audio content, which students can then listen to at any time and wherever they are. A student only needs to subscribe to a podcast feed and suddenly you can push educational content to them, rather than wait for them to come.

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Video Production

Video production Training

Video is more persuasive compared to other content types. Video addresses different learning styles of visual, auditory and kinesthetic learners. The increased usage of smartphones provides easy access to on-the-go training. Video supports on-demand, bite-sized microlearning and teaching at the moment of need.

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Multimedia activities encourage students to work in groups, express their knowledge in multiple ways, solve problems, revise their own work, and construct knowledge. There are many advantages of integrating multimedia in the classroom. Through participation in multimedia activities, students can learn:

  • Real-world skills related to technology
  • The value of teamwork
  • Effective collaboration techniques
  • The impact and importance of different media
  • The challenges of communicating to different audiences
  • How to present information in compelling ways
  • Techniques for synthesizing and analyzing complex content
  • The importance of research, planning, and organization skills
  • The significance of presentation and speaking skills
  • How to accept and provide constructive feedback
  • How to express their ideas creatively

  • HD Video Production
  • Podcasting/Recording Studio
  • Audio & video screen capture
  • Social Media Management Training
  • Green screen recording, lighting, and audio capture
  • Adobe, Camtasia, and Mediasite training workshops*

List of supporting resources for the classroom and office.

  • Videos.
  • Images.
  • Audio.
  • Presentations.
  • Podcasting.
  • Web & Other Media.
  • How to Cite Media.
  • Faculty Resources.

*To enroll in our multimedia workshops please visit

For assistance with Multimedia Services, contact Xavier Carrington at 336-285-2065.

Wacom Cintiq Pro Monitor

Experience interactive classroom technology that helps explain concepts visually, encourage collaboration, and support flipped and distance learning.

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Tech Sushi Podcast

North Carolina A&T SU ITTD (Instructional Technology Training and Development) is building a community of educators, creators and ed tech experts on this podcast, Tech Sushi. On the show, we allow faculty and staff to speak about their expertise and their realities with using technology in the classroom. Tune in for and subscibre to stay connected to the latest hightech resources to enhance your work efficiency. 

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Contact Us

Xavier Carrington M.F.A
Multimedia Specialist
Instructional Technology Training and Development (ITTD)
F.D. Bluford Library  (Lower Level)                                                                                          
Office Phone: 336-285-2065

“Technology will never replace great teachers, but in the hands of great teachers, it’s transformational.” – George Couros
Instructional Technology Training and Development