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MakerSphere: For Teachers

Coming Soon!

Do-It-Yourself Media Making supports students and instructors seeking to create audio and video for assignments and instructional use.  

  • Instructors can create audio and video content for online courses, flipped classroom assignments, instructional videos and more.  

Guidelines for Use

Available to all active faculty and staff with a CCSF ID.

Technology Check Out Guidelines

Check in at the Media Center Service Desk to access

  • iMac Lab
  • Audio Recording Room
  • Production Equipment
  • Library Media Collections

DIY Media student workers can provide limited support and basic orientation for equipment and software.

See Media Making Resources for self paced learning tools.

Training Resources

Copyright and Fair Use

The library can provide basic guidance in the appropriate use of copyrighted streaming video in online courses.  When in doubt, please contact a reference or subject liaison librarian for assistance.

Here are a few online resources to get you started:

Stanford University Libraries Copyright & Fair Use Chart and Tools

ACRL's Code of Best Practice in Fair Use for Academic and Research Libraries

Baruch College's online Interactive Guide to Using Copyrighted Media in Your Courses

Library & Learning Resources, City College of San Francisco
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