Students and faculty now expect an academic research library to provide them with the technology they need to succeed. This technology includes high-end PCs for not only conducting research and writing papers, but also creating video, 2D, and 3D objects; recording audio; composing music; experimenting with virtual reality; and more.
Our vision to transform Mitchell Memorial Library includes an expanded and enhanced Digital Media Center that provides the latest in maker and collaboration technology and instruction in an inviting and inspiring space.
We are currently raising funds to add new spaces, technologies, and services in support of Phase II of the MaxxSouth Digital Media Center transformation plan. The expanded Center will be the place for creating, teaching, and learning the latest digital tools and technologies.
Developed through a partnership with the Department of Communication, this studio is designed for use by Broadcasting classes, and available for use by other faculty and students upon certification.
Includes $70,000 of equipment: 3 high-definition production-quality cameras, a green screen, a digital display, and a control room will allow students the full experience of creating a TV show.
Based on a concept developed by Penn State, the One Button Studio is an automated and simplified recording studio ideal for faculty recording lectures and students practicing and recording presentations.
Includes $8,000 of equipment.
These booths provide technology and quiet spaces for audio recordings - voiceovers, music compositions, tutorials, and more.
Includes $3,000 of equipment.
This collaborative studio space for creative endeavors includes $10,000 of equipment: laser cutters, engravers, vinyl printers and cutters, sewing machines, button makers, binders, laminators, 3D scanners and printers, and other tools.