The Digital Scholarship Lab offers many different pieces of equipment that you could use to record your podcast. These include:
Digital Media Editing Room
The studio room is reservable space devoted to digital media projects. It has been equipped with two podcasting mics and some sound-proofing panels to allow for a more professional recording experience. The room includes workstations for both Mac and PC platforms with an array of software applications that can be used to record or edit your files, including Final Cut 7 and Avid.
Make your reservation by clicking this link.
Digital Scholarship Lab Space
The Lab has several pods of first-come first-serve desktop Macs and PCs that are available for use during library business hours, but there is not 24-hour access to the lower level of the library.
All of the desktop PCs and Macs in the Digital Scholarship Lab are equipped with Adobe Creative Cloud and iMovie. Additionally, we offer a small number of MacBook Pros that have the full Adobe Creative Cloud suite on them--make sure you ask for a yellow Mac when you come to the DSL equipment desk--that can be checked out for a 6 hour loan period (but not overnight).
The DSL staff and students are always available to help you with your podcasting (and other Digital Scholarship) needs.
Walk-in Tutor Assistance
Our desk in the lower level of the Raynor Library is staffed by our highly skilled staff of undergraduate digital tutors every Monday through Thursday, from 4 to 8 pm. You don't need an appointment to come in, you can just drop by the desk and ask for a tutor's assistance.
One-on-One Media Consultation
If our tutor hours don't work for you, or you'd prefer to schedule an appointment, you can fill out a Digital Scholarship Consultation request form and one of our staff will arrange a time to meet and help you with your project.