We are pleased to announce the Digital English Studio is now available for English Department use. To mark its grand opening, we will be holding an open house in 130 Burrowes from 11-2 on Wednesday, February 27, 2013. Please consider dropping by to see what the Studio can do for you and what you can do with the Studio.
Open to faculty, lecturers, and grad students alike, the Studio is comprised of two spaces: 1) a video interview recording room that sports Penn State’s super easy to use One Button technology and 2) a main room stocked with computers geared toward video editing, multimedia production, and more. The main room also has a Skype enabled large screen TV for video-conferencing.
The Studio seeks to do many things. It exists to support the Department’s efforts in the digital humanities, understood broadly to include digital scholarship, digital pedagogy, digital rhetoric and more. It also exists to facilitate media production for Department members, whether it be a video interview with a visiting scholar, lecturer, or creative writer, or a video promo for a course you’re teaching or a project you’re working on.
In short, there is much that can be done with the Studio, and much more to discover.
Interested parties can direct questions and requests for more information to Dan Tripp at < firstname.lastname@example.org >.
Or you can come to the open house and see for yourself what the Studio is all about.
We hope to see you there!
– Dan & Stuart
Director, Digital English Studio
Managing Director, Digital English Studio