Teaching & Learning@Carey is excited to present the newly refurbished recording studio. If you are interested in taking advantage of the studio, please take a moment to review the following.
WHAT IS IN THE STUDIO?
The studio is equipped with the following:
- Sony XDCAM
- iMac computer with Adobe Creative Cloud
- 2 lavalier mics
- 1 handheld mic
- Green screen
WHO CAN USE THE STUDIO?
The studio is intended for Carey faculty, staff, and students who are sponsored by a faculty or staff member. Due to space constraints, we recommend that no more than 5 people be in the studio at once.
NOTE: Individuals using the studio must be accompanied by a Teaching & Learning@Carey team member at all times
WHAT CAN THE STUDIO BE USED FOR?
The studio can be used for projects that are directly related to the Carey Business School. Here are some examples of acceptable projects:
- Faculty lectures (such as for an online course or as a course material)
- Faculty research projects
- Students’ course projects
- Office of Marketing & Communications projects
NOTE: At this time, we cannot accommodate student or faculty projects that are not directly related to the Carey Business School.
WHEN IS THE STUDIO AVAILABLE?
Monday through Friday, 9am to 6pm. (Exceptions will be made on a case-by-case basis.)
HOW DO I RESERVE THE STUDIO?
Requests must be submitted using Teaching & Learning@Carey’s online form below at least 5 business days prior to when the project needs to be recorded. The form asks you to provide the following:
- Name/Department/Contact Info
- A brief description of the project
- Requested recording date
Once the form is submitted, Teaching & Learning@Carey will contact you to arrange a preliminary consultation meeting regarding the project. Next, Teaching & Learning@Carey will confirm the recording date and work with faculty/staff to complete the project.
NOTE: Only faculty and staff may submit requests to use the studio. Student requests must be submitted by the sponsoring faculty member.
WHO WILL TAKE CARE OF POST-PRODUCTION?
In general, post-production is the responsibility of the faculty or staff member.
Other Questions? Please contact Teaching & Learning at email@example.com.