Digital Media & Web Services
Liberal Arts Instructional Technology Services provides Web, multimedia, and application development services and support for instructional and academic content delivered on the Web and by other methods.
Professional programmers, graphic artists, audio and video specialists, and student technology assistants can help with a wide variety of project needs including:
- Audio and video production, transcoding, and duplication
- Database development and programming
- Graphic design and photography
- Image scanning and processing
- Lecture capture
- Website hosting and development
- Web content management
For small projects please contact Suloni Robertson. Your project scope will be assessed and please expect at least a two week turn around time from when your request is made. We provide services on a first-come, first-served basis.
For specific needs, contact the staff below.
Website design and development; student technology assistants; small scanning and image processing projects; other small design or Web-related projects
Suloni Robertson, 471-0343, MEZ 2.116
Audio recording, lecture capture, digitization, editing, and Web-based delivery
Mike Heidenreich, 471-0025 MEZ 1.116
Video transfers, transcoding, duplication, recording, editing, and Web-based delivery
Daniel Garza, 232-5186, MEZ 2.302J
Departmental Web Sites
LAITS hosts, develops, and maintains the public websites of the departments, centers, instituties, organizations, and initiatives. For more information, visit Departmental Web Services.
Digital Archive Services (DASe)
DASe is an online digital library that includes over 300,000 images, as well as many audio, video, and PDF files. Any current student, faculty, or staff member at UT can access DASe at dase.laits.utexas.edu
. DASe users can create their own "sets" of items which will be saved for later viewing, annotation, or downloading. Faculty members can use the DASe module in Blackboard to "publish" sets to their students.
For additional information about digital media and Web services in the College of Liberal Arts, please contact LAITS Associate Director Jim Henson