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Instructional Development offers many services and products for the UC Santa Barbara faculty, staff and student community. Although many services are provided free for instructional support up to budgetary limits, all of the services are also available on a cost recovery, recharge basis. Services are available to clients from off-campus, but we must charge an additional percentage for overhead.

 

Production Services

 
 

ArtWorks

Units On Campus Off Campus Subject to
Instructional
Allocation

Labor

Artist Per Hour $55.00 $83.20 N
Web Developer Per Hour $55.00 $83.20 N

Products/Services

 
Research Posters/Poster Prints (Photo Quality)*** Per Sq. Foot $8.00 $12.10 N
Photographic Prints from Digital Files
  First Copy  
  4 x 6 $2.00 $3.00 N
  5 x 7 $3.00 $4.50 N
  8 x 10 $7.50 $11.30 N
  11 x 14 $14.95 $22.60 N
  12 x 18 $18.95 $28.70 N
  Additional Copies  
  4 x 6 $1.00 $1.50 N
  5 x 7 $1.50 $2.30 N
  8 x 10 $5.00 $7.60 N
  11 x 14 $12.50 $18.90 N
  12 x 18 $16.50 $25.00 N
Proof Prints   Per Sheet  
B&W Laser 8.5 x 11 $0.50 $0.80 N
B&W Laser 11 x 17 $1.00 $1.50 N
Color InkJet 8.5 x 11 $6.00 $9.10 N
Color InkJet 11 x 17 $12.00 $18.20 N
Color InkJet 13 x 19 $15.00 $22.70 N
Color InkJet 17 x 22 $20.00 $30.30 N
Scanning (Film and Flatbed)*  
Mounted Slides Per Scan $5.50 $8.30 N
Flat-Bed Per Scan $5.50 $8.30 N
Custom Scans** Per Scan $10.50 $15.90 N
CD/DVD Archiving Per Disc $5.00 $7.60 N
* From 35mm, 120, 2x2, 4x5, 8x10 film or up to 12x17 flat art.
** Scans of unmounted 35mm and other film up to 8x10 are considered custom.
*** Artworks does not provide poster mounting. Please contact us for options.
 

Photographic Services

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Instructional
Allocation

Labor

Photographer, Field and Studio Shoots* Per Hour $50.00 $75.60 N
Assistant, Field and Studio Shoots* Per Hour $35.00 $52.90 N
Layout and Editing Per Hour $50.00 $75.60 N
* 30 Minute Minimum

Products/Services

         
Stock Photos  
Publication Use Per Image $30.00 $45.40 N
Web Use Per Image $15.00 $22.70 N
Photographic Prints from Digital Files
  First Copy  
  4 x 6 $2.00 $3.00 N
  5 x 7 $3.00 $4.50 N
  8 x 10 $7.50 $11.30 N
  11 x 14 $14.95 $22.60 N
  12 x 18 $18.95 $28.70 N
  Additional Copies  
  4 x 6 $1.00 $1.50 N
  5 x 7 $1.50 $2.30 N
  8 x 10 $5.00 $7.60 N
  11 x 14 $12.50 $18.90 N
  12 x 18 $16.50 $25.00 N
Optical Disk Archiving (media not sold separately)  
CD Per Disk $5.00 $7.60 N
DVD Per Disk $10.00 $15.10 N
Camera Rentals  
Digital Camcorder Half Day $15.00 $22.70 N
  Full Day $25.00 $37.80 N
 

Sound Recording

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Instructional
Allocation

Labor

Sound Engineer Per Hour $49.00 $74.10 N

Products/Services

Single/Multi-Track Studio with Engineer Per Hour $63.00 $95.30 N
Digital Audio Editing Per Hour $49.00 $74.10 N
Other Audio Production Assistance Per Hour $49.00 $74.10 N
Self Service Mono or Stereo Recording Booth Per Hour $14.00 $21.20 N
Duplication Set-up Fee Per Job $25.00 $37.80 N
Duplication Per Hour $49.00 $74.10 N
Audio Compact Disc (CD) Per Disc $1.00 $1.50 N
 

Video Services

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Instructional
Allocation

Labor

Producer/Director Per Hour $60.00 $90.80 N
Production Assistant Per Hour $18.00 $27.20 N
 
Rush Job Charges  
24 Hour Deadline Surcharge 50% 50% N
48 Hour Deadline   25% 25% N

Video Production Services

Duplication Center Set-Up Fee (4 Day Avg. Turn-Around) Per Hour $20.00 $30.30 N
Studio A Equipment Only (Video Production) Per Hour $57.50 $87.00 Y
2-Camera Package (Equipment Only)* Per Hour $65.00 $100.10 N
3-Camera Package (Equipment Only)** Per Hour $75.00 $115.50 N
Single Camera Field Cart with DVD or DV File Per Hour $25.00 $38.50 N
Portable ProRes File Recorder & Drive (HD) Per Day $25.00 $37.80 N
Digital Video Edit Bay (Self Edit) Per Hour $30.25 $45.80 Y
Digital Video Edit Bay (With Producer/Director Editing) Per Hour $90.25 $136.50 N
Media Compression/Transcoding Per Hour $30.25 $45.80 N
DVD Authoring (With Producer/Director Editing) Per Hour $90.25 $136.50 N
* Multiple Camera Field Production, 4 Hour Minimum, Average costs for a 2-camera production: $916
** Multiple Camera Field Production, 4 Hour Minimum, Average costs for a 3-camera production: $956

Passport Fees

Photo Sets (a single set is 2 Photos):

USA 2" x 2" 1 Set $10 + Tax N
Euro 35mm x 45mm 1 Set $10 + Tax N
Canada 50mm x 70mm 1 Set $10 + Tax N
Custom 1 Set $14 + Tax N

Individuals:

US, Euro or Canada 1 Photo $6 + Tax N
Custom 1 Photo $8 + Tax N
 
Additional Sets — All Sizes   $5 + Tax N
Digital File Only   $5 + Tax N
* We ONLY accept Visa, Mastercard, Check or Recharge as a form of payment when getting a passport photo taken.
 

Video Conferencing

Set Up Fee Per Event $60.00 $90.80 Y
Facility Fee and Labor Per Hour $80.00 $121.00 Y
Multi-Point Control Option (With Sites Off UC Network) Per Hour $15.00 $22.70 Y
Line Charges for ISDN connections vary widely based on location being called, so have to be quoted on a per case basis based on our service provider's charges. No Line Charges Apply if Using H.320 or H.264 (IP).
Instructional Development will cover all on-site costs for course related applications up to the $1000 faculty limit.
 

Film and Video Ordering

Rush Orders Per Title Ordered $15.00 N/A N
FVO Research Per Title Ordered $10.00 N/A N
 

Podcasting/Streaming Video (In Conjunction with Classroom Services)

Set Up Fee Per Series $75.00 $113.40 N/A
Annual Renewal for Existing Series Per Series $25.00 $37.80 N/A
Type 1 Podcast/Live Stream Capture*
Screen Capture and Synchronized Presenter Audio
(Two hour minimum)
Labor Per Hour $42.00 $63.50 N
Equipment Per Hour $35.25 $53.30 N
Type 2 Podcast/Live Stream Capture*
Screen Capture and Single Video Camera with Realtime Switching and Synchronized Presenter Audio
(Two hour minimum. Labor rate includes multiple technicians. Contact us for details)
Labor Per Hour $110.00 $166.40 N
Equipment Per Hour $51.00 $77.10 N
 
*Labor and Equipment Charges May be Higher Depending on the Complexity of the Event.

Tape/Optical Stock

MiniDV Per Tape $5.00 $7.60 N
60-Minute DVCAM Per Tape $22.00 $33.30 N
124-Minute DVCAM Per Tape $32.00 $48.40 N
184-Minute DVCAM Per Tape $42.00 $63.50 N
DVD Per Disk $1.50 $2.30 N
CD Per Disk $1.00 $1.50 N
 
 

Classroom Services

Media Equipment, Campbell Hall, Buchanan Hall, IV Theaters, Embarcadero Hall Event Support

There is no charge for equipment used for classes as listed in the Registrar's Schedule of Classes.  This includes both portable and installed equipment.  There is a labor charge based on cost-recovery for staff to deliver, set up, and operate the equipment, at the rates listed below.

For all other events not listed in the Schedule of Classes, or events that take place in a different location or at a different time than what is listed in the Schedule of Classes, equipment and labor charges apply at the rates listed below.
Daily Rates = 4 times the hourly rate unless otherwise noted.
 
  Units On Campus Off Campus Subject to
Instructional
Allocation

Labor

Event Staff Per Hour $42.00 $63.50 N/A
Event Assistants Per Hour $18.00 $27.20 N/A
AV Equipment Installation Per Hour $56.50 $87.00 N/A

Equipment and Facilities

 
Audio
Cassette, CD, Reel to Reel Playback Per Hour $2.50 $3.80 N/A
Public Address System (PA) - Small (< 50 People) Per Hour $4.25 $6.40 N/A
Public Address System (PA) - Medium (50-150 People) Per Hour $8.50 $12.90 N/A
Public Address System (PA) - Large (> 150 People)* Per Hour $8.75 $13.20 N/A
Microphone, Additional Per Hour $2.75 $4.20 N/A
Microphone, Wireless Per Hour $7.50 $11.30 N/A
Speaker, Additional Per Hour $5.25 $7.90 N/A
 *Requires technical staff
Video Playback
VCR/DVD with TV Monitor Per Hour $8.00 $12.10 N/A
Laserdisc Per Hour $9.50 $14.40 N/A
VHS Only VCR Per Hour $3.25 $4.90 N/A
 
Projection Equipment
Overhead Projector Per Hour $4.25 $6.40 N/A
Slide Projector (35mm) Per Hour $5.00 $7.60 N/A
Data/Video Projector Per Hour $26.00 $39.30 N/A
Film Projector (16mm) Per Hour $25.00 $37.80 N/A
Projection Screen Per Hour $4.25 $6.40 N/A
Laser Pointer Per Hour $0.75 $1.10 N/A
 
Computers
Mac or Windows Laptop Per Hour $11.00 $16.60 N/A
 
Event Lighting
Control System Per Hour $7.00 $10.60 N/A
Lighting Instrument/Dimmer Per Hour $0.70 $1.10 N/A
Power Strips Per Lighting Instrument Per Hour $1.00 $1.50 N/A
 
Combination Units
Multi-Media Cart Per Hour $32.00 $48.40 N/A
Computer Lectern Per Hour $38.00 $57.50 N/A
 

Campbell Hall

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Instructional
Allocation
Audio Mixing Console, 24 Channel Per Hour $30.00 $45.40 N/A
Film Projector System, 35mm Per Hour $40.00 $60.50 N/A
House Audio System Per Hour $12.00 $18.20 N/A
Intercom, 4 Stations Per Hour $15.00 $22.70 N/A
Audio Effects Units Per Hour $6.00 $9.10 N/A
Computer Lectern Per Hour $38.00 $57.50 N/A
 

Buchanan Hall

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Instructional
Allocation
Film/Video Preview Station Per Hour $12.00 $18.20 N/A
Film Inspection/ Cleaning Service Per Hour $20.00 $30.30 N/A
Computer Lectern Per Hour $38.00 $57.50 N/A
 

Isla Vista Theaters

Units On Campus Off Campus Subject to
Instructional
Allocation
Film Projector System, 35mm Per Hour $40.00 $60.50 N/A
House Audio System Per Hour $12.00 $18.20 N/A
Computer Lectern Per Hour $38.00 $57.50 N/A
 

Embarcadero Hall

Units On Campus Off Campus Subject to
Instructional
Allocation
Computer Lectern Per Hour $38.00 $57.50 N/A
         

Free Production Support For Course Materials

Due to budget cuts, Instructional Development can no longer provide any free prodution support for course materials. This includes all production areas: ArtWorks, Photo Services, Sound Recording and Video Services (with the exception of video conferencing for courses). Funding for production assistance for Letters & Science faculty is available from Collaborate, and this funding can be applied toward the recharge costs for work done by any Instructional Development production unit. More information on this assistance is available at:

Click Here for Collaborate Information

 

Duplication Center Set-Up Fee (4 Day Avg. Turn-Around) Per Hour $20.00 $30.30 N

news & events

 

TALES - Teaching and Learning Excellence Series

TALES is a series of live events and podcasts with stories about teaching and learning that inspire, motivate and ignite the imagination of both instructors and students. 

The Importance of Ignorance in Teaching for Learning

Jason Duque, Ph.D. (Education)
May 16, 2017
4-5pm, Girvetz 1004

The richest kind of learning comes from discovering things for ourselves, gaining ownership over our learning through wrestling first-hand with a field’s ideas and inquiries. If it’s so good, why is teaching for that kind of learning so hard? Through metaphor and story, this talk will describe this kind of learning as well as the source of our difficulties in achieving it. We will take aim at our own expertise, the very source of our professional and pedagogical status, and the curriculum and culture that celebrate it. A few disruptive practices will be starting points for fruitful discussion with the audience.

Analysis and Empathy: Helping Students Gain More Fully Rounded Understandings of Controversial Issues

Salim Yaqub, Ph.D. (History) 
May 22, 20173-4pm, HSSB 6020 - McCune Conference Room

 

How can we help students both feel from the inside and see from the outside? How can we empower them grasp, at one and the same time, not just the breadth of complex social and political issues but also the subjective experiences of individuals caught up in those issues? This talk uses a simulated class exercise on the Vietnam War--involving analysis, dramatization, empathetic reconstruction, and debate--to discuss and model strategies for encouraging students to think in such differing registers.

Spring Faculty Workshop: Teaching in the Present

Facilitators: Ailish  Riggs Darmody and Celia Alario
Tuesday, May 2, 12-1:30pm
Engineering Science Building 1001

Many of us, as experts in our field, feel fully confident about the content of our courses but feel ill prepared to “command a room” and engage our students from the podium. This workshop will address the physical and personal roadblocks that prevent us from effectively communicating our curriculum, providing practical tools to foster stage presence and create more energized and engaged presentation skills.