​MEDIA SERVICES

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  1. Media Duplication/Conversion

    Duplication/conversion services are provided on a “first come, first served basis.”

  2. All duplication or conversion requests for commercial audio-visual multimedia must be accompanied by written permission from the copyright holder.The IMC requires two (2) weeks notice from the time the multimedia is delivered to the Network & Multimedia Librarian in order to fulfill requests. Instructors must provide the blank recording media needed for their request. Refer to the Multimedia Procedure for further instructions on requesting these services.

    The IMC duplicates/converts media materials in the following formats:

    Duplication/Conversion Formats
    Video (NTSC, PAL, SECAM) Audio Digital (MP3, WAV, AVI, MPEG)
    VHS Cassette CD
    Super VHS Reel-to-Reel CD-ROM
    Mini-DV DAT
    U-Matic
    VHS-C
    35mm Slide

  3. Media Digitization/Installation
  4. Multimedia is digitized and/or installed on IMC workstations or servers on a “first come, first served basis.” All installation requests must be accompanied by written permission to duplicate, network and/or digitize from the copyright holder. The IMC requires two (2) weeks notice from the time the multimedia is delivered to the Network & Multimedia Librarian in order to fulfill requests. Refer to the Multimedia Procedure for further instructions on requesting these services.

  5. Off-Air Video/Audio Recording
  6. Requests for off-air video or audio recording must be forwarded to the Instructional Media Technician 48 hours in advance of the broadcast. Recording requests must include the following information: a) Name, b) Department, c) Phone Number, d) Program Title, e) Broadcast Channel, f) Broadcast Time, g) Date Needed. The IMC can record programs from both Adelphia and Charter cable services. Instructors must provide the blank recording media needed for their request. All off-air video/audio recordings are subject to the Fair Use Guidelines for Off-Air Broadcast Recordings. Instructors are responsible for erasing or destroying the program per the 45-day Fair Use Rule.

  7. Telecourse Recording, Duplication & Distribution

    Refer to the Telecourse Procedure for details on recording, duplication, and distribution services provided by the IMC in support of Telecourses.

  8. Satellite Conferencing
  9. The Instructional Media Center schedules satellite conferencing on a “first come, first served basis,” and requires at least two (2) weeks advance notice for scheduling.

    To schedule a satellite conference, follow normal room scheduling procedures to secure the room. The following rooms have satellite down linking capability:

    Satellite Conferencing Locations
    Riverside Campus Moreno Valley Campus Norco Campus
    Hall of Fame LIB 230 ATC 114

    Once the location has been secured you must complete a Multimedia Request Form either in person, by phone, or online to book your event. Arrangements for paying the down linking fees must be made ahead of time, and a copy of the purchase order and a copy of the license to view the conference must be submitted along with the Multimedia Request Form before the event can be booked. The Instructional Media Technician will contact the requesting party to finalize the arrangements. Please be prepared to provide the following information: a) Name of organization you will be conferencing with, b) Contact name, c) Phone number, d) Address, e) Conference technician's name and phone number, f) Satellite coordinates, g) Date and time of the event, h) Event duration.

  10. Video Conferencing
  11. The IMC uses Polycom videoconferencing units, along with supporting instructional equipment. The IMC offers point-to-point and multipoint conferencing. Departments requesting any videoconferencing are responsible for paying all toll charges that may be associated with an ISDN videoconference. The video conferencing system conveys information via ISDN lines.

    The IMC also provides CENIC connectivity via dedicated network connections in several rooms at each college. CENIC is a dedicated data network linking each of the campuses of the CSU and California Community Colleges. The dedicated network connection utilizes a Polycom viewing station, which has a built in camera. Upon request a VCR for recording events as well as playing tapes to remote sites can be added to the system. Additional equipment including a document camera, a video camera, and a television can also be requested at the time of scheduling.

    The Instructional Media Center schedules videoconferences on a “first come, first served basis,” and requires at least two (2) weeks advance notice for scheduling. To schedule a videoconference, follow normal room scheduling procedures to secure the room. For IP video conferencing, the following rooms have are IP videoconferencing capable:

    Video Conferencing Locations
    Riverside Campus Moreno Valley Campus Norco Campus
    AD 122 HM 129 HUM 111
    Hall of Fame HM 210 HUM 103
    Landis Auditorium HM 211 ST 107
    Administration 109 HM 234 Library 206
    Citrus Room STD 101 THTR 101
    Digital Library 108 Library 241 ITC 108
    Digital Library 111 PSC 11 ITC 218
    Digital Library 121   CSS 217
    Digital Library 409 CSS 219
    MTSC 111  
    Nursing 183

  12. Production Services

    1. Presentations
    2. The Instructional Media Center provides assistance in the creation of audio-visual materials for presentations.The following is a list of available presentation materials and services:

      • Powerpoint Presentations
      • Graphic Design
      • Video/Audio Production
      • Transparencies
      • Posters (17”x 22” Maximum Size)
      • 35mm Slides

      The IMC requires two (2) weeks advance notice for the creation or preparation of presentation materials.Some projects may take longer to complete due to the complexity or length of production required. The IMC Manager will notify the requesting party at the time of the request if the project will take longer than two (2) weeks. All content information related to the presentation must be provided at the time the request is submitted. Any multimedia to be used in the presentation is subject to U.S. Copyright Law, and requests to include copyrighted media must be accompanied with written permission from the copyright holder. Please complete a Multimedia Request Form either in person, by phone, or online to schedule presentation services.

    3. Web Site Design
    4. The Instructional Media Center provides web page design services for district-related web sites. The IMC requires two (2) weeks advance notice for the creation or preparation of web pages.All content information related to the web page must be provided at the time the request is submitted. Some projects may take longer to complete due to the complexity or length of production required. The IMC Manager will notify the requesting party at the time of the request if the project will take longer than two (2) weeks.Please complete a Multimedia Request Form either in person, by phone, or online these services.

    5. Image/Document Scanning
    6. The Instructional Media Center provides image and document scanning services. The IMC requires two (2) weeks advance notice for the creation or preparation of scans. All documents must be provided at the time the request is submitted. Some projects may take longer to complete due to the complexity or length of production required. The IMC Manager will notify the requesting party at the time of the request if the project will take longer than two (2) weeks. Please complete a Multimedia Request Form either in person, by phone, or online to arrange these services.

    7. Digital/35mm Photography
    8. The Instructional Media Center provides digital/35mm photography services for district-related events. These services include copy stand photography (photos from books). All photography service requests are subject to U.S. Copyright Law, and requests for photography of copyrighted images must be accompanied with written permission from the copyright holder. Please contact the IMC Manager to arrange these services.

    9. Video Production
    10. The Instructional Media Center provides video production services including videotaping, editing, and post-production for district-related events. Please contact the IMC Manager for more information or to arrange these services.

    11. Closed Captioning
    12. All closed-captioning services must be arranged through Disabled Student Programs & Services (DSP&S). Faculty members who require closed-captioning for a video program to be viewed by a hearing impaired student must submit a Caption Request Form (one for each videotape) at least two weeks in advance to DSP&S. Caption Request Forms will be distributed at the beginning and end of each semester, and additional forms will be available in the DSP&S office. Faculty may submit their requests to DSP&S at any time during the semester.

      All captioned videotapes are catalogued by the Library/Learning Resources and are included in the library catalog, LAMP. Faculty should confirm that a captioned version of the videotape does not exist before submitting a Caption Request Form to DSP&S. Captioned videotapes in LAMP have a subject heading entitled “Video recordings for the hearing impaired.”

      District-produced, closed-captioned videotapes are only to be used to support and meet ADA requirements by fulfilling the needs of hearing impaired students. A district-produced, closed-captioned videotape is considered a supplement to the original videotape and should not be thought of as a second copy of the original. These supplemental, closed-captioned videotapes are only circulated for use by and for the hearing impaired.