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DIY History: Making your audio/visual project

For students working on the Archives Alive! assignment

Developing and recording your audio/video project

Are you a Rhetoric student? Are you completing a version of the Archives Alive assignment? Are you required to develop and record some sort of audio/visual final project? If so, then this resource page is for you!

NOTE: This is not an exhaustive list of resources available at The University of Iowa. Rather, this list reflects resources available through the University of Iowa Libraries, updated Fall 2018.

 

One Button Studio

About One Button Studio

You may use the One Button Studio for practicing and recording presentations.
To use the space please make a reservation online or in person.

Group Study Reservations

Library Commons Group Spaces w/monitors
The Learning Commons has 24 group spaces for students to reserve online and in person. We’ve got 18 private group rooms and 6 open group areas, all with writing surfaces and monitors you can hook a laptop up to for collaborative work!
Main Library Group Study and Quiet Study Spaces
Available on a first come, first serve basis to UI students

Technology Loaning

Look for more stuff from the Tool Library available at the Engineering Library. 
http://www.lib.uiowa.edu/eng/tool-library/ 

 

You may also find:
  • Audio Recorders
  • Video Recorders
  • Microphones
  • Tri-pods
  • Headphones
at the IDEAL Checkout Center located at 108 English Philosophy Building. Visit their website to see hours and a complete list of items. http://ideal.uiowa.edu/#tech-check-out​

Production and Technology Assistance

Librarian Contact

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Katie Hassman
Contact:
319-335-5945
Subjects:Rhetoric