A lot of people seem to be interested in doing videos for their remediation projects. As a Screen Arts major, I have had access to a lot of the University’s film resources. For people looking to do a video, I would recommend checking out the ISS Media Center in the MLB, where you can check out digital cameras and tripods. Another great resource is North Quad, where you can check out lighting equipment. They also have studios for shooting in, though I’m not sure how one would book them. I am also attempting to find some things from my introductory production course, which could help students learn a few of the basic tenets of framing, white-balance, and other techniques needed to make a solid short film. For anything beyond the basics, I would contact Joel Rakowski, who is in charge of the department’s film equipment and has worked with several television studios.