Film, audio and images
You can use photos from OsloMet's image archive.
Please note that you must credit the photographer like this: Photographer's name/OsloMet.
You are free to use the pictures for editorial purposes or in information material for OsloMet. Commercial or other use must be clarified with the Department of Public Relations and Communication, email@example.com.
Film and sound
Employees can contact the AV Services for support. You can borrow audio visual equipment and studio facilities. AV Services can also assist with video and sound production, and streaming or recording of conferences and lectures (oslomet.no).
Are you curious about what has been produced in the past? FilMet is OsloMet's portal for educational films (film.oslomet.no). Here you will find video recordings of lectures, tutorials, conferences and other events.
Buy AV equipment for your faculty/unit?
AV Services offer advice for employees when purchasing AV equipment for their own unit. Contact AV Services by e-mail.
Consent for film and sound recording
When streaming or broadcasting films at OsloMet, you as the organizer are legally responsible. Information on sharing images on the Norwegian Data Protection Authority's website (in Norwegian only, datatilsynet.no).
If you are filming or streaming person(s) who are not the main character(s) in the film/streaming:
- you can use the legal basis "legitimate interest". You are recommended to use the form for assessment of "legitimate interest", which you can find on the website about "legitimate interest". The assessment must be documented and archived in Public 360.
- you must inform those present about the filming. The information may be the same as information related to informed consent, except that you inform that the legal basis is "legitimate interest" and disclose some of the assessment that has been made.
If you are going to film and broadcast events et cetera live online (streaming) with one or more people who are main characters, you must obtain informed consent from them. Consent form for live broadcasting at OsloMet (.doc). The consent form must be scanned and stored in Public 360.
If the recording is to be published in FilMet, the person who made the film must complete a publication agreement. Information about FilMet's publishing agreements (film.oslomet.no, the website is in Norwegian, but the agreement is also available in English).