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Narrating a Presentation: Reserving the Spaces

Have you needed to narrate a presentation? Maybe a video or Powerpoint? The library has you covered. This guide includes resources for technology that can you help you with all your screencast tutorial, spoken word jazz, and action movie.

COVID Update

How to book the Digital Audio Lab

Stop by the circulation desk when you arrive for your appointment, and a staff member will unlock the door. Thank you!

We ask that you wipe down the keyboard and mouse when your appointment is complete. You can find the supplies in the space. Please let us know if you have any questions. Thank you!

What is the Digital Media Center?

The Digital Media Center includes two stations located in the front of Stanley Library that allow for group work on interactive projects, as well as the use of professional design and audio engineering programs. The Digital Media Center currently includes the following software programs:
  • Adobe Photoshop Extended
  • Illustrator
  • Indesign
  • Acrobat Pro
  • Dreamweaver
  • Flash Professional
  • Fireworks
  • Audacity
  • iMovie
  • Premiere Pro
You may use the Digital Media Center as a group or individually. To ensure availability, the Digital Media Center stations require a reservation. Reservations can be made here or using the calendar below.

Book the Digital Media Center Here

Find a time below and register!