Media Duplication & Digitization
Instructional Technology offers physical media duplication and conversion services for non-copyrighted and CSB/SJU created materials into digital formats . In most instances, Instructional Technology will need to obtain a version of the original media to digitize or make copies. Orders are processed on a first-come, first-served basis. Please allow adequate time for project completion.
We can make multiple copies of a DVD or CD, or convert videos into a desired digital file format. For digital files, once the file conversion is complete, we have multiple options for sending or sharing the file. For duplication to disc, Instructional Technology can copy the materials to DVDs or CDs that are given to us or we can supply our own discs. If Instructional Technology materials are used for duplication, then a cost-of-materials fee will be applied to the service. All Instructional Technology supplied discs include a printed label and case.
Digitizing media is the act of taking an analogue format or physical media (like an audio cassette or Polaroid picture) and converting it into a format that can be used, viewed and preserved on a digital device (like a computer). Instructional Technology can accommodate a number of final digital media formats including digital files, data discs and DVDs. If you're unsure what final digital format will work best for you, a Instructional Technology staff member can help determine your needs.
The Instructional Technology department of CSB/SJU follows the Code of Conduct for members of the Consortium of College and University Media Centers (CCUMC) with regard to copyright matters. Instructional Technology will not be able to duplicate or digitize media with copyrighted content in most situations. Please review our Copyright Policy for more information.