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What’s happening in Marketing

Posted on October 12, 2017

Each year, the Marketing Communications team develops a holiday greeting from the university to faculty, staff, students, alumni and friends of MSUM. What had once been a traditional greeting card has evolved into a short video utilizing the talents of staff and our student workers who are often studying film, marketing, ad/PR or similar academic disciplines.

This year, Marketing interns Sara Erickson (broadcast journalism), Azmi Murtaza (advertising and PR), Dillan Schmiedt (film production), Leah Schmitt (advertising and PR), and Mandi Wahl (graphic design), with help from Music faculty member Allen Carter and Entertainment Industries and Technology faculty member Ryan Jackson, are working on an ambitious greeting in production now. Read the rest of this entry →

Enter to win awesome prizes from MSUM Dining Services

Posted on October 10, 2013

Combine dancing and food into a video and upload to our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/MSUMDining. We are giving away $100 in Dragon Dollars, a Gaming Chair, and gift certificates to some of our campus retail locations. Prizes will be given out to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners. For more information and official contest rules, visit our Facebook page.

 

 

 

Valley News Live Visits MSUM Move In Day

Posted on August 23, 2013

Valley News Live visited MSUM’s Move In Day. Watch the video here.

Check out The Forum’s firework photos and video

Posted on July 06, 2012

Check out The Forum’s photos and video of the MSUM 4th of July firework show.

Distance education class assistance available

Posted on May 15, 2012

With summer semester here, Travis Dolence is offering assistance with distance education classes. As the Distance Learning Librarian, Dolence is dedicated to helping you and your students locate quality research materials and assistance.

  • Creating online course-specific “pathfinders” or help sheets for Library resources. These online help sheets can be tailored for any class and can included web resources, library databases, books, etc. (see examples at http://libguides.mnstate.edu/)
  • Acting as library liaison for distance learning students. Many students appreciate having a \”point-person\” to help them with questions and direct them to assistance. Read the rest of this entry →

Film Studies hosts juried film exhibition

Posted on December 07, 2011

MSUM Film Studies will host the semi-annual Juried Film Exhibition at 7 p.m. Friday, December 9 in Weld Hall Glasrud Auditorium. The exhibition will showcase the best film and video work produced during the semester, as adjudicated by a panel consisting of alumni, local professionals and MSUM community members. Awards will be presented to students, and light refreshments will be served. The exhibition is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Tom Brandau at 218-477 2950 or  Brandau@mnstate.edu

Student video warns of texting dangers

Posted on May 03, 2011

By: Dave Olson, INFORUM
A video shot by three Minnesota State University Moorhead students has been named a winner in a contest aimed at helping make modern technology safer for young people.

The video titled “Message Sent” is a cautionary tale about what can happen to a very personal image once the “send” button is pushed for a text message.

Adam Brant made the video with two friends, Torrey Halverson and Caroline Stommes, who also acted in the video. Read the rest of this entry →

New video requests

Posted on May 13, 2010

I am soliciting new video (dvd format preferably) requests in preparation for upcoming courses. In the near future, we will place an order from on the library homepage for you, but for now, please send all requests to Bill Kenz, kenz@mnstate.edu. Requests should be tied to curricular interests. Please include the following in your request:

Your Name

Department

Name of video, supplier, and price

What course the video will be used for

When the course will next be offered

I appreciate your patience this semester when dealing with the old Tri-College Film Library films and requests for their use in your classes. I ask for suggestions on how to improve service, particularly with regard to your inter-library loan issues with NDSU and Concordia libraries. We all miss Jane Krajeck’s service and smiles, who made things run so seamlessly for many years.

Thank You.  Bill Kenz, Library (kenz@mnstate.edu)

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