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Digital Presentation Studio
The Digital Presentation Studio (DPS) is a space to practice presentations and record those sessions for later review. The recorded presentations are recorded and saved in your cloud storage or external drive as streaming video files.
The DPS simulates the classroom presentation environment with an iMac connected to a 50" plasma display, and a small area for an audience. A mounted camera with a microphone records the presentation, and a simple control starts and stops the recording. Camtasia and Tegrity software is available to record the computer screen and audio. After stopping the recording, the presenter may edit the video. The video file can be saved to personal cloud-based storage, video sharing site, or external hard drive.
UW faculty, UW staff, UW students
How to Order
Use of the DPS is restricted to current students, staff, or faculty. To reserve the DPS, sign up at the first floor circulation desk in Odegaard Library, or use the library's digital.lib.washington.edu/studyspaces/seattle.
Each person may only have two (2) Digital Presentation Studio (DPS) reservations on the books at any one time. You may lose your reservation if you are more than 10 minutes late to check out the key.
The DPS is subject to the operating hours of the Odegaard Undergraduate Library:
Service Level Description
Reservations are first-come, first-serve, available as noted.
- Zoom Camera + Microphone
- LG 50-inch plasma
- Photo Booth
To report booking problems, please contact staff at the Odegaard Undergraduate Library Information Desk.
For help using the studio, email email@example.com.
Last Review Date: 04/26/2015