Making @ Addlestone
Resources for making cool digital projects!
The One Button Studio can also be reserved for podcasting and audio recording. A Blue Yeti USB Microphone is available for checkout at the Circulation Desk and GarageBand audio editing software is available.
The One Button Studio was brought to you in part by donor support. Click here to learn more about the impact philanthropy makes at your College of Charleston Libraries.
The Production Lounge is a suite of 5 Mac computers on the first floor of Addlestone Library that may be reserved by College of Charleston students, faculty, and staff for digital scholarship and multimedia curricular activities (photo editing, audio editing, and video production). The Production Lounge provides access to Adobe Creative Suite and computers in the Production Lounge may be reserved for up to 5 hours per day and a total of 10 hours per week.
In addition to the Production Lounge, the following items are also available for checkout to assist with multimedia projects:
- Blue Yeti USB Microphone
- Slide and Film Scanning accessories for Production Lounge scanners
- 3 Digital Cameras
- GoPro Camera and Accessories
- 2 Projectors
- 1 TB Hard Drive
For a full list of circulating equipment visit the Circulation Desk or http://libguides.library.cofc.edu/circulationservices/Studentborrowing.
Faculty may request these iPads for students to check out and use for up to 3 weeks, as a tool to enhance student learning in their course. Each student and faculty member will check out and return the iPad and peripherals at the Circulation Desk at Addlestone Library. We will have specific blocks for iPad use so please indicate block preferences: Feb 8th - Mar 1st, Mar 4th – Mar 29th, Apr 3rd – April 24th.
If you would like to discuss your proposal or talk about how you might most effectively use iPads in your course, please contact Jolanda-Pieta (Joey) van Arnhem (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Image Credit: cc: Flicker user Sean MacEntee (iPad)
Workshops, Instruction, and Consultations
We can work with your Library Subject Liaison to teach students research, information, and digital literacy skills!
If you are interested in creating an assignment or project using these resources, would like to request a digital scholarship/multimedia special instruction session for your class, or would like more information about the One Button Studio, Production Lounge, or iPad Lending Program please contact Jolanda-Pieta (Joey) van Arnhem (email@example.com).
A few examples:
- Online digital portfolios/websites
- Image editing and scanning
- Blogs and Wikis
- Video editing
- Poster design
- Digital exhibits
- Interactive timelines
- Interactive print/augmented reality
- Virtual Reality
Help for Students with Class Projects
If you have assigned a project in your class that you think your students might need some assistance with at the Library, please let us know! We would love to know what your students are doing, and the types of projects that you are assigning so that we can help them.