Working with the video and media production team means having a full creative team by your side. We collaborate with University of Melbourne staff to create rich, professional video content for teaching and learning, marketing and promotions.
Our team combines the industry experience, professionalism and know-how of an external creative agency with a deep understanding of pedagogy and the culture of the University.
We also offer a range of support services to help you use video and audio content effectively in your teaching and events.
Our team of directors, editors and camera operators work in collaboration with academics to take a video project from initial concept to the finished product. We create teaching and learning videos that engage and motivate students, and promotional and marketing videos that make the University and its community shine.
Learning Environments are The University of Melbourne’s event recording and streaming specialists.
Other media services
We offer help to University staff with converting media formats, and with making music, TV and radio available to students online.
Promotional and marketing videos
The Learning Environments video and media production team create promotional and marketing videos that make the University and its community shine.
Teaching and learning videos
We’ll work collaboratively with you to create videos that look professional, but more importantly, help students achieve a learning outcome, often by illustrating a particular process or technique.
Video for online learning
The Learning Environments video and media production team help staff create engaging, effective online learning experiences.
We offer a range of photographic and digital imaging services.
We work with staff to create quality images for education and research, suitable for presentations, publications, and placement in digital repositories. Or you might find the image you're looking for by browsing our extensive image library.
Digital printing and restoration
We do short run, photographic quality inkjet printing, photo retouching, and multi-image composition.
Film and negative scanning
Production of high resolution scans. This service for low volume, high resolution scanning.
High quality reproduction to digital files from a wide range of originals.
Studio and location photography
Our photography studio offers University of Melbourne staff a range of high-quality professional photography services, both in studio and on location.
An extensive catalogue of professionally shot images.
The Learning Environments virtual reality lab gives academic and professional staff the opportunity to explore and develop virtual reality experiences for teaching and learning, research and engagement.
Getting started with virtual reality development
If a computer screen is a window to another world, then virtual reality is the world beyond the window.
Virtual reality & immersive technologies
The Learning Environments virtual reality lab assists staff to explore, experiment, research and develop interactive virtual and mixed reality applications for use in teaching and learning, research and engagement.
Video and web conferencing
University staff are encouraged to self-support their own sessions in spaces with appropriate video or web conference sessions equipment. The Zoom conferencing portal includes further information on how to get started with online meetings, webinars and special events. For webinar license requests or Zoom training use the general enquiry form.
For assistance related to audio visual and computer equipment in a room call Learning Space Support (LSS) on +61 3 834 40777 or report a fault. For support with an upcoming session lodge an event technical support request.
LSS are responsible for the operation of all audio visual equipment including permanently installed web and video conferencing equipment in University Services and Chancellory spaces as well as selected faculty learning spaces. In addition to providing ad-hoc support for urgent enquiries to do with faulty equipment, LSS also provide advice on audio visual upgrades and new installations in teaching spaces and meeting rooms via the project request form. They also provide training for audio visual equipment by request.
Over the next two years in conjunction with Faculty representatives, LSS are planning to replace outdated video conference systems with computer-based USB video and audio web conference solutions. Training will be available for staff to operate the new equipment.
It is recommended that testing is conducted with any remote participants prior to the connection, since ad-hoc support often cannot solve issues to do with poor internet connectivity or camera/mic setup at the remote site.
Video and web conferencing room setup
Whether you need to run a meeting or conduct a job interview, you can run high quality video and web conference sessions using off-the-shelf computer equipment.
Zoom online conferencing
Zoom is an online conferencing tool, ideal for online classes, meetings, special events, webinars and job interviews. Learn how to get started using Zoom at the University of Melbourne, or find answers to your questions around the use of Zoom.
Self-service recording studios
The self-service recording studios are located in room 128 on the first floor of the Baillieu Library, and in room 504 on the fifth floor of the Eastern Resource Centre. The studios enable University of Melbourne staff to produce professional quality video recordings incorporating lecture slides and whiteboard style annotations.
About the self-service recording studios
Learn about the locations, software, equipment, and booking the self service studios.
Self-service recording studio FAQs
Find answers for the common self service studio questions.
Self-service recording studio request form
Fill out the request form. This service is only available to University of Melbourne staff.
About video and media production
Meet the video and media production team and find out more about our facilities and equipment, including our popular self-service recording studio.
Facilities and equipment
Broadcast newsroom, live cross studio, and self-service studios produce professional quality video recording.
Learning Environments are located on the ground and first floors of the Elisabeth Murdoch building on the Parkville Campus.
The video and media production team works closely and collaboratively with our clients, who come from all over the University of Melbourne community.
Recent Video & media production work
Melbourne Medical School scholarships
50th anniversary Austin Clinical School – alumni
50th anniversary Austin Clinical School – place
LE aerials showcase