Mississippi State University's Mitchell Memorial Library hosts technical skills workshops throughout the year inside the Digital Media Center's makerspace, one of which is a knitting workshop.
Mississippi State University officially opened the MaxxSouth Digital Media Center in ceremonies Monday [Oct. 7] in Mitchell Memorial Library with a ribbon cutting and program with remarks by company representatives.
Following six months of renovations, the MaxxSouth Digital Media Center now features a fully-operational television study, a new collaboration studio, an AV studio, an expanded makerspace as well as its multimedia lab, CAVS Mixed Reality Studio and group and individual study areas.
After a semester-long construction project, a plan to create a television studio, a one-button recording study, and a multi-purpose classroom / meeting room within the Mississippi State University Libraries' MaxxSouth Broadband Digital Media Center is moving into its final phase.
Mississippi State University Libraries is launching construction this month on a new digital, high-definition television studio capable of filming, editing and producing high quality digital media video projects.
Mississippi State University students and faculty will discover changes to Mitchell Memorial Library when they return for the spring semester. The Library has been busy reorganizing the library collections and expanding services over the holiday break.
At the end of the Fall semester, MSU Libraries will begin the next phase of our long range plan for transforming Mitchell Memorial Library. Our goal is to provide more space for individual and collaborative student work; more services that meet the changing needs of students, faculty, and researchers; and more convenient organization of library collections.
Mississippi State University students are taking advantage of some new and much needed equipment this summer thanks to generous donors who took part in the third annual #HailStateGiving Days, an online philanthropy event held this April.
The 3D craze continues to grow and the Mississippi State University Libraries is growing with it. The Libraries' Digital Media Center has just expanded its 3D capabilities for the second time in a year.