Our goal is to provide the best communication solutions for Distance Education learning that enable students, faculty and the University alike to excel into the future. We strive to be the best run and most fun Instructional Media Services office. We promise to deliver the highest value of support we can to our customers, and to stay on the cutting edge of service and technology and make them available to all of NMSU. Overall our goal is to make the classroom a place where you want to be and won’t want to leave.
Instructional Media Services (IMS) provides NMSU faculty, administrators, staff, and students a wide variety of communication options such as:
Two-Way Video Conferencing
IMS schedules and supports two-way video for classes and meetings including:
- Worldwide, two-way video conferencing for distance education courses and meetings.
- On-site ITV classroom recording of lectures, guest speakers, or special presentations.
- Individual or group training sessions for teaching at a distance using two-way video.
- Sit-in or on call Technical support at your events.
IMS schedules and facilitates Adobe Connect, a synchronous web delivery solution for conducting virtual or live classroom events or meetings through the internet.
We offer Panopto recordings for professors who need their lectures uploaded onto Canvas. Panopto makes it easy for anyone to capture, manage, search, and view multimedia presentations online.
In addition, IMS provides
- Faculty trainings on equipment
- Video Conversions
- File Conversions
- Audio and Video Duplications
Also updated every week is a new educational App Review for you to check out for yourself. Look out for them every Friday.
Instructional Innovation and Quality
Every course a quality course
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Instructional Media Services is part of Instructional Innovation and Quality (IIQ) and works closely with IIQ’s other programs Academic Technology, Online Course Improvement Program and Distance Education to improve Distance Education for student and faculty. IIQ is under the Associate Vice President and Deputy Provost, Greg Fant, Ph.D.