Answered By: Brandy Bourne
Last Updated: Aug 07, 2020     Views: 94

Yes we do: please check out our Media Design Lab on the library's lower level for help. 

The Media Design Lab is an interactive learning space where students, faculty and staff from all academic departments come to create images, videos, printed designs, presentations, sound, websites and more. No experience is needed since lab assistants are available to help you through the process.

In addition to a wide range of software, the lab includes a scanner, headphones, drawing tablets and memory card readers. Click here for details.

The TV Studio next door includes cameras, various sets, and a wall-to-floor green screen. You can also record in the Audio Lab. In both spaces, previous experience is not required since technicians operate the equipment for you, and use is limited to course assignments only. On the other hand, the self service Audio Recording Studio is available for personal projects as well.

You can also check out cameras, tripods, and microphones at the library circulation desk. If you need help using equipment or with editing your video, drop by the Media Design Lab and we can show you how.

Professors are invited to bring their classes for a brief orientation to these resources. To schedule a time, contact the lab manager, Sasha Hussey, at or 828.250.3951.

They look forward to meeting you!