From left: Michael Davis, Nate Saunders, Mike Myles, Chad Waters, Larry Bone, Wendy Peterson, Billy Igoe, Gina Woolard, Johnny Stanley, C.W. Elton, Norm Collins, Tim Smith, Chris Motteler, Matthew Ballengee, Chad Lucas, Donna McDonald (Mgr.)
As a member of ITCS Academic Technologies, Multimedia & Technology Services (MTS) provides audiovisual and classroom support, multimedia and Web development, videoconferencing, videography and biomedical communication services to the Division of Health Sciences. MTS also oversees the operation of ECU-TV Channel 99. For specific information or to request a project, visit the MTS website.
Multimedia & Technology Services has four teams:
From left: Matthew Ballengee, Chad Waters, Nate Saunders, Donna McDonald
Clockwise from bottom left: Donna McDonald, Mike Myles, Sam Saunders, Norm Collins, C. W. Elton
Clockwise from bottom left: C. W. Elton, Norm Collins, Mike Myles, Sam Saunders and Tom Skinner (Mgr.)
ECU-TV is a 24/7 noncommercial television channel on Greenville Suddenlink Cable Channel 99 featuring scientific, scholarly, arts, sports and entertainment programming produced by the Video Services Team. They provide professional electronic media and communication services to the ECU community. From concept to completion, the creative and professional staff handles every aspect of video production.
This team provides audiovisual support for university events including recordings, equipment loan, videoconferencing services and technical support services while also supporting the Telemedicine Center. This team assists in the design and integration of AV systems for auditoriums, boardrooms, classrooms, clinical rooms and conference rooms.
Clockwise from bottom left: Billy Igoe, Tim Smith, Johnny Stanley, Chad Waters (Mgr.), Michael Davis, Chris Motteler
Clockwise from left: Gina Wollard, Nate Saunders (Mgr.), Larry Bone
The Technology Services team has two primary support areas: the Instructional Technology Consultant supporting BSOM faculty and the Laupus Computer Lab in the Health Sciences Building.