Library Offers New Digital Multimedia Studio

Thanks to a winning USF Student Tech Fee proposal, the USF Tampa Library now offers 10 computer workstations for use by students completing multimedia projects as part of their coursework. The USF Libraries Digital Learning Studio (DLS) is located in the Learning Commons space adjacent to the SMART Lab on the Library's second floor.


The DLS houses six state-of-the-art Mac workstations and four Windows-based machines and connects students with audio and video equipment for checkout, such as HD digital camcorders, portable digital recorders, condenser microphones, and tripods. Students may also learn from experts in various aspects of multimedia production, who will be on staff at regularly scheduled times. It is open several hours longer than other campus labs, closing at 8:00 p.m. five days a week.


The facility was established with a USF Student Tech Fee award in response to a proposal submitted by the Libraries' Director of Academic Services, Nancy Cunningham.
Faculty: encourage your students who are working on multimedia format coursework to take advantage of this new space to complete their projects!