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Campus alert: I-70 ramp closures set to begin July 25 at SR 331 Interchange. Ohio University Eastern will remain open for normal hours.

The I-70 eastbound on-ramp from SR 331 will be closed on Monday, July 25 for 30 days. One week ... More Information
 
 
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Media Center

Media Center - Jay MorrisDirector of Media - Jay Morris

 

Computer Resources Coordinator - Trent Duffy


The Media Center functions as the hub of distance learning and audio/visual activity on the Ohio University Eastern Campus.

Distance learning classrooms allow students to enroll in two-way interactive classes via compressed video. The instruction takes place at the Eastern Campus, from Athens, and from the four other Ohio University regional campuses. OUE is a part of the Ohio University Learning Network (OULN).

Faculty and students may inquire about the use of audio/visual equipment and materials from the Media Center. Multimedia computer carts, overhead projectors, DVD players, slide projectors, digital recorders, and camcorders may be checked out on loan for classroom projects and presentations.

The Media Center also is responsible for video production and audio production of Ohio University Eastern related projects like television and radio advertisements, promotional videos, and special event productions.

A weekly radio show may be of special interest to you. "OUE Today" is a public affairs radio broadcast examining issues and topics of interest to the Ohio Valley . The radio show is broadcast each Monday at 6:30 p.m. on WOUB-FM (89.1). The show's host and producer is Jay Morris. Student producers and talent also assist in the production of "OUE Today."

For faculty members, the Media Center provides instructional design assistance for Blackboard courses and other distance learning initiatives. The Media Center assists in training faculty in distance learning techniques and best practices for teaching on the OULN system.