Cable Channel 18 is designated as an educational television channel for Carroll County. Its role is to provide formal instruction and public information programming to the community which Carroll Community College serves.
Cable Channel 18 is considered an institutional vehicle of communication, similar to the College Catalog or Schedule of Classes. The station delivers information which reflects the official position of the college. The College is responsible for controlling programmatic content and/or form.
Formal instruction will be provided by the broadcast of courses at the post-secondary level created for the medium of television. These courses are selected for broadcast by Carroll Community College, as a member of the College of the Air Distance Education Consortium, in cooperation with Maryland Public Television.
All public programming broadcast by Cable Channel 18 is produced or approved by Carroll Community College.
you wish to schedule use of any audiovisual material or equipment, submit your request online or in person
to the Media Office. One form per date
and time is required. Requests should be submitted at least two
working week days before the use date to ensure delivery. An email is sent from the Media Office
to the address provided, which either confirms, seeks clarification or
informs you of the unavailability of your request.
arrange previewing of the colleges videos, contact the Media Office at 410-386-8346 or visit L189.
digital camcorders are available for faculty and student use. In addition, the
Media Services staff creates a plan each year to be able to prioritize and meet
as many of the college community’s videography and video creation needs as
possible. To request that your project be included in this plan, submit your request online. Requests should be submitted no less than six weeks
in advance of the event to increase the probability for approval. In most cases your request can be accommodated.
are committed to supporting faculty in the use of multimedia to meet
instructional objectives. Examples of multimedia projects range from using
lecture-capture for on-site courses* to incorporating streaming videos from the college’s collection into Blackboard, with an emphasis on distance courses.
assistance in meeting your instructional goals, submit your request online for each
individual project that has been identified. Projects typically require
10-15 business days to complete.
assist the college in remaining compliant with Fair Use and copyright laws, you need to provide a
brief rationale/learning objective on how your selection of all or
part of DVD material will be used in the distance course to help students meet the course's objectives. Only Carroll students enrolled in your course can access
streaming videos, based on the start/end dates of a specific term.
*Faculty who teach on-site courses and want to lecture-capture or stream a DVD online, should contact the Library/Media Associate at 410-386-8346 or email@example.com for an initial consultation.
Media Office houses digital camcorders for Carroll students to use on class
assignments. You will be asked to sign a Camera
Equipment Checklist detailing the specific items/accessories you receive and
acknowledging your liability for any missing or damaged items. The typical loan
period is six days. If possible, return as soon as you
have retrieved your footage, so equipment can be available for other needs.
Late fees will accrue after the due date.
Computer Graphic Design classes have specific cameras available from the Learning Technologies Support Office (A216).