Multimedia Clinic: Get Hands-On Help with Your Project
Curious about the technology available to you in the Library? Our Learning Technologies experts would like to invite you to a Multimedia Clinic.
Perhaps you are...
- developing a training for a software, website, or health records database?
- invited to present at a conference, but you can't be there in person?
- recording an interview or experiment and need to edit the final footage?
- looking to add interactivity and quiz questions to your boring online PowerPoint lecture?
Whatever your needs may be, our staff will be on-hand to prescribe and demonstrate the best tools for your project, including:
- Articulate – narrate and add interactive elements to any PowerPoint presentation
- Camtasia – record your screen and creative full-motion tutorials
- Wacom Tablet Monitor – annotate in style directly on the screen
- iMovie and Final Cut Pro X – edit and produce video projects
- Video, Audio, and Lighting Equipment – try out all of our equipment that is available for loan
- Digitizing media – digitize analog VHS, MiniDV, and cassette tapes
- Scanning – scan images, slides, and documents
The Multimedia Clinic occurs every second Friday of the month. It's a great opportunity for you to collaborate and share ideas with others working on similar projects. Come for as long as you’d like to get all your questions answered! Learn more and register.
Image Credits: Lemon Liu, Simple Icons, Travis Yunis, Michael Loupos, and Duke Innovation Co-Lab all from the Noun Project