Our building is open to current U of G students, faculty, and staff at a limited capacity of 50%. Learn about using the library this fall.

Media Studio spaces

The Media Studio provides access to state-of-the-art technology required for the creation of digital projects. Media Studio staff provides support in the development of digital literacy and media creation skills. Media Studio student staff are available for consultation and troubleshooting in each space. The Media Studio is comprised of 4 spaces:

Media Studio Main Office (Library Room 245)

The Media Studio main office is the check-in space for all Media Studio appointments.

Filming Studio (Library Room 267)

The Filming Studio is a space designed for filming live action footage and photography. You have access to DSLR cameras, tripods, boom and lavalier microphones, professional lighting, and a green screen (also interchangeable to black and white). The Filming Studio is most often used for filming interviews, pitch videos, video resumes, and other live action clips. Schedule an appointment in the Filming Studio to access equipment, use the space, or to get help with your project.

Editing Suites (Library Room 247)

The Editing Suites are spaces for editing your digital projects. You have access to 3 Mac editing stations equipped with a variety of software such as Adobe Creative Suite, Final Cut Pro, iMovie, Audacity, and web-based tools including Powtoon and WeVideo. Schedule an appointment in the Editing Suites to access software or get help with your project.

Sound Booth (Library Rm 250)

The Sound Booth provides a quiet space for recording audio. The Sound Booth includes a Mac editing station equipped with Audacity and GarageBand, in addition to two adjustable condenser microphones and a mixing board for editing effects. Schedule an appointment in the sound booth.

For more information about any of these spaces or to reserve a spot, see Media Studio.