Media Production

The Media Production team enables the design and delivery of online, blended/campus-based programs and MOOCs, providing video and resource production services across LEI and directly to the broader University. The team is made up of media producers, video production technicians and learning resource developers. 

The Media Production team can assist with:

  • Bespoke video production services for learning video content 
  • Design and development of learning activity resources and graphic content, and
  • Course learning object design and end-to-end consultation 

To engage with the Media Production team, use the form below or contact your faculty assigned learning designer with your media project ideas. The Media Production team services are for learning and teaching purposes only and filming of lectures, tutorials or presentations for other use is not within scope of the request form

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