Video and Photography are incredible assets for visual storytelling and communication for Georgia State University. Our style and approach to visual storytelling reflects this university’s colorful, bold, inclusive, authentic and innovative spirit.
The Digital Asset Library (DAL) provides access to the university’s photos, videos, templates and logos* for use in promoting your college, school, program, department or unit on the Web, in print and in other media. Not only can you download files, you can create your own collections to share with colleagues. Hosted in the Cloud, the library is accessible at all times anywhere Internet access is available.
*Note: logo use must adhere to the university guidelines available at University Logos.
Staff and faculty have access to comprehensive educational materials on video production and digital video editing. LinkedIn Learning (lynda.com) is a great resource for learning how to operate editing programs and basic cinematography. You can create an account at no cost. Technology service on campus offers video editing workshops and basic equipment check-outs.
We have a list of approved event freelance photographers who are experienced with working at the university to help you. Submit a request using the links above and a member of our team will assist you with arranging a photographer to meet your needs.
There is a two-hour minimum and a $165 per hour fee. Photos will be delivered via Dropbox. The photographers will bill your department directly no later than five days after the event.
Your unit IT team can assist you with video recording and live streams for events.
Studio at CETLOE, in partnership with CETLOE’s learning experience designers, provides Georgia State faculty access to professional multimedia production services, including graphic design, video production and animation for projects prioritized by the Associate Provost of Online Strategies. We can assist with anything from do-it-yourself consultations to full-scale media production for showcase courses and programs.
Staff and faculty have access to comprehensive educational materials on video production and digital video editing. LinkedIn Learning is a great resource for learning how to operate editing programs and basic cinematography. You can create an account at no cost. You will need to login to LinkedIn Learning with your CampusID and Password to access resources.
PantherTech offers a wide variety of FREE introductory technology and software workshops to all Georgia State students, staff and faculty which include video and photography courses.
Adobe Creative Cloud is available to faculty and staff for download on their personally-owned machines, or on their campus workstations.