Building a Digital Media Lab

Studio 300 ProjectorJeffrey was part of a three-hour workshop called Digital Media Lab 101 presented at the American Library Association 2013 convention in Chicago. He shared the story of Studio 300 during his segment. Here are the slides from his presentation.

Interested in learning how to put together a PowerPoint- or Keynote-based presentation? We have several resources available in Studio 300 to help you discover the best way to deliver your message.

Versatile camcorder

sample photo from the Panasonic HX-WA2 Camcorder

sample photo from the Panasonic HX-WA2 Camcorder

Check out our Panasonic HX-WA2 HD Camcorder, (literally it will be available for check out!) this amazing little camcorder is the perfect companion for birthdays, graduation, vacation and so much more.  Weighing in at only 8.4oz and only about 5 inches in height it is very portable. Shoots both video and picture without having to go through a menu to make the change. Shoots up to 14 megapixels for both video and picture. So if you have a birthday, special event, or school project to shoot, this great little camera is definitely up to the task. Don’t forget to ask a Studio 300 staff member about this and other great equipment available for checkout to Fountaindale Library cardholders.

Staff search

Are you an enthusiastic, skilled media specialist?

Studio 300 needs creative, customer-service minded individuals who know Mac computers, media creation software, audio/video equipment, and production techniques and can assist library patrons in those areas.

Studio Services Assistants are part-time positions at Fountaindale Public Library’s Studio 300, our digital media lab. For more information about this job opportunity, visit our main employment page. Scroll down to see complete details of the Studio Services Assistant position and how to apply.