UO Libraries Educational Technology Studio
The self-service studio, located in Knight Library room 33 is a soundproof room designed for instructors to create videos, podcasts, and host synchronous virtual sessions for their online and face-to-face courses. The studio includes video equipment and software to create, edit, and integrate videos into your course. Additionally, with the help of our instructional designers and ed tech specialists, we can provide the technological and pedagogical expertise for creating engaging materials and integrating them into your course.
- Record & edit videos
- Caption videos
- Create a podcast (single tracks only )
- Host an online course conference or virtual office hours
- Digitize fair use VHS or DVD’s for course use
Hours & Availability:
- The Ed Tech Studio is available anytime the CMET front desk is open.
- Academic Term: Mon-Thurs, 7:30 AM - 6:30 PM; Friday, 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM.
How do I reserve the space?
- Navigate to LibCal for current availability & to book the space.
- For instructions on how to reserve the space, please see our Ed Tech Studio Reservation Tutorial
- To setup reoccuring bookings, please email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- If you need any assistance or have any questions about availability and booking the studio, please contact the CMET front desk at 541-346-3091 or email at email@example.com.
What should I bring with me?
- USB or external hard drive for storage; at least 4GB of available space is recommended.
- Course materials
- PowerPoint presentation
- Presentation notes, outline, or a script
How to get help/reserve time with an instructional designer?
- We highly recommend reserving time with one of our instructional designers to help orientate you with the studio and best practices and specific help on creating and editing videos.
- Make an appointment with an instructional designer by calling 541-346-1942, or opening a ticket through the service portal. Our instructional designers will coordinate with you to reserve the studio and help accomplish your teaching goals.