Production Groups

Fighting Irish Media

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Fighting Irish Media connects Notre Dame audiences with the athletics community, delivering exclusive content on far-reaching platforms to showcase the unique moments of Fighting Irish teams and characters.

Marketing Communications: Video and Photography

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Marketing Communications: Video and Photography  is composed of national award-winning still photographers and video specialists who regularly travel across campus and around the world to tell the Notre Dame story. Our team focuses on the University's academic and research endeavors, student life and Catholic character.

With two full-time photographers, we can meet most photographic needs on campus. The video team provides creative direction and video production to support University leadership initiatives and the various colleges and departments.

Office of Digital Learning

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Based in the Office of the Provost, the Office of Digital Learning (ODL) is a university-wide organization that partners with faculty to create digital content that is rooted in the science of learning, enhanced by existing and emerging technologies, and anchored in our commitment to an unparalleled experience for students and instructors. Led by Notre Dame's Chief Academic Digital Officer, the ODL brings together the many existing resources, programs, and offices tasked with developing digital learning content and fostering innovative teaching and learning at Notre Dame.

The Catholic Media Project

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The Catholic Media Project is an inspirational online resource for young Catholic adults, featuring videos and other multimedia content.  Its goal is to help young adults navigate life, make an impact, and keep the faith by engaging them with digital and social media content that motivates active participation in the life of the Church.  This project launches December 2017.

Notre Dame Studios

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Notre Dame Studios offers academic and classroom capture services, formerly provided by Academic Digital Media Services, for Notre Dame courses and seminars.