Please use the links below to reserve space in our editing room or the Surface Hub group space, both located on the Lower Level of Raynor. For the editing room, you must check in with the Digital Media/Reserves desk to unlock the door.
What is the Studio Room?
The studio room is reservable space devoted to digital media projects. The room includes workstations for both Mac and PC platforms with an array of software applications.
Are these the only computers with creative/digital media software on it?
No. All of the Macs in the Digital Scholarship Lab are equipped with Adobe Creative Cloud and iMovie. Only the studio room computers are equipped with Final Cut 7 and Avid.
Can I use the Studio Room for group study?
The studio is reserved only for digital media projects and can be reserved (by currently enrolled students only) by accessing the LibCal form at http://Marquette.libcal.com/booking/dms.
Can I get help while working in the Studio Room?
Digital Media tutors are available for additional technical help, M-Th 4-8 PM or by appointment through the media consultation form. The student staff on duty can be located outside the room in the Mac area. For dedicated help on a project, request a media consultation.
Can I just walk-in and use the room?
If you desire to use the studio, you must reserve it even in a “walk-in” scenario.
How long may I reserve the room?
Patrons (or groups) may reserve the room for up to two-hour blocks
When is the room available?
The room is available when the media desk is staffed: M-F 8 a.m. - 10 p.m., Saturday and Sunday 10 a.m. - 10 p.m.
The Studio Room is not a 24-hour service and is only available to be reserved when the media desk is staffed. The room remains locked when not in use.