In this case study Lorensbergs talks to Allen Major, Director, and Josh Bennett, Archivist, at Indiana University Bloomington’s Media School about introducing connect2 to manage and support equipment lending.
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In this case study, Lorensbergs talks to Gabriel Brackman, IT Manager, School of Communication at University of Miami. The University’s aim is to realize new efficiencies and a more professional approach to their equipment lending services.
We explore the move away from their custom built equipment room software to the connect2 reservation and checkout system as they prepare for the return of students for the fall semester...
The State University of New York (SUNY) at Fredonia is a four-year liberal arts college. It is a constituent college of the State University of New York, best known for its bachelor's degree programs in music and education.
In this case study, John McCune, Multimedia Team Leader in Fredonia’s Information Technology Services department talks about Fredonia’s need for an equipment checkout solution, and their experience in selecting and working with Lorensbergs’ connect2 system.
Cal Poly (California Polytechnic State University) is a four-year, comprehensive public university located in San Luis Obispo, California. With a ‘Learn by doing’ philosophy, the university offers its 20,000 plus students a hands-on educational experience and provides a large range of specialized resources for their use.
Danielle Veatch, Media Resource Center Technician in Customer Technology Support (CTS), spoke to Lorensbergs about their experience of using connect2 software for equipment reservations, scheduling, and reporting.
The College of Social and Behavioral Sciences at Northern Arizona University runs innovative degree programs at the forefront of contemporary communication studies. Lorensbergs spoke with Russ Gilbert, Program Coordinator at Northern Arizona, to hear how the checkout counter service has improved and student satisfaction has risen since introducing connect2 to support equipment lending for students in creative film, media, commercial photography and journalism...
The growing cost of obtaining a degree has significantly affected what students expect from undergraduate courses, particularly the amount of staff contact they have. This relates to time spent not only with lecturers and tutors, but also with technicians, advisors, support workers and anyone else who can positively influence their time at college or university.
In this article, Lorensbergs reflects on the growing importance of staff contact time and its role in modern teaching methods.
There's a fast-growing opportunity for incorporating drones in university teaching, research and practice in an array of subjects. This briefing provides a timely update with a focus on the scope for drone cinematography in undergraduate courses.
Until the last few years, if you were a film or television production company looking to capture an aerial shot, or even just a high-angled shot, the options open to you were fairly limited. However, the advent of unmanned aerial vehicles, otherwise known as UAVs or drones, has changed the way aerial cinematography is performed, replacing traditional - and more expensive - methods...