Just a few examples of projects we have supported:
This is a video IMATS created highlighting various collaborations between faculty and the Barnard Library.
Image from time-lapse photography of LED movement scales, with Dance faculty Paul Scolieri.
Production workshops and curriculum guidance around producing German telenovalas for Professor Irene Moytl.
Working with multiple dance faculty members, we piloted a 360/VR series of dance videos (best if viewed through VR headset).
IMATS has produced a series of LED-lightboard videos with chemistry professor Rachel Austin.
We worked with students from professor Elizabeth Hutchinson's course to create maps related to the Harlem Renaissance.
In collaboration with Professor Christian Rojas, IMATS has created a flipped classroom model of recorded chemistry lectures that also uses the interactive video tool Zaption (screenshot below).
IMATS supported Professor Madeline Schwartzman's DESIGN=TIME course, featuring stop-motion animation and experimental documentary projects.
Laurie Postlewate created a video in collaboration with IMATS and Catherin Turocy of the New York Baroque Dance Company for her course, "The Golden Age of Versaille."
IMATS supported Professor Rebecca Calisi-Rodriguez's course on Animal Behaviors, where students created videos on animal behavior (website here).
IMATS is always open to working and collaborating on how media and video can be used to support instruction and pedagogy. Contact Melanie Hibbert (firstname.lastname@example.org) to discuss project ideas.