The CDRS video team can help you capture academic events on digital video, shoot interviews, digitize offline audio and video resources, create training videos and mini-documentaries, build podcasts, and more. For a customized price quote, please email Vincent Aliberto, Video Services Manager, at va118 [at] columbia.edu.
Read our Video Services Handout (PDF) to find out more about our services.
Online Conference Management
CDRS offers hosting and Web site support for Columbia-based scholarly events. We can install, set up, and train you on software that allows for easy site building, online calls for and submission of papers, registration management, and more. If you are interested in using our Conference Management services, please fill out this Google Docs form, and we will get back to you as soon as possible: http://bit.ly/CDRSConferences
CDRS can also help you preserve and share the research associated with your event in Columbia’s research repository, Academic Commons. For more information, please email Leyla Williams, Communications Coordinator, at lwilliams [at] columbia.edu.
Read about Open Conference Systems (OCS)
- CDRS is working faculty members at Barnard College to facilitate online event management of the Third International MARGOT Conference, The Digital Ages: Teaching and Research, co-sponsored by the University of Waterloo.
- The CDRS video team regularly works with a range of Columbia research groups to produce dynamic digital video content. Recent projects have included video interviews for profiles of faculty members at the Earth Institute, recording of the Research without Borders speaker series hosted by the Scholarly Communication Program; and capture of scholarly events such as the Columbia Center for Children’s Environmental Health‘s 2009 conference, the Earth Institute’s Global Roundtable on Climate Change, and ongoing lectures at the School of International and Public Affairs.