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Teaching & Learning: Digital Studio  

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Create your own music in the Digital Studio by using one or more of the following tools:
Logic Pro X | Reaper | Kontakt | GarageBand


Develop your new media literacy skills by consistently checking out the T&L Digital Studio's blog and by following us on Twitter! From these constantly-flowing streams of content, you will learn about the power of multimedia to craft a message. You will learn about new tools, techniques, and technologies -- and at the same time, discover innovative ideas to positively impact your pedagogy. While you are there, be sure to subscribe to our RSS feed. So come on down to the T&L Digital Studio in the basement of the Hekman Library (HL121); let us build your new media literacy skills today!





Location Hekman Library Room 121 (HL121)  
Contact information: 616.526.5885
Hours of operation: During the summer months, the Teaching & Learning Digital Studio is open and staffed from 8:00am - 4:30pm, Monday - Friday.

The Digital Studio Student Staff Consultants for 2016-2017 are:

  • Seth Altena who specializes in:
    • Digital video
    • Web design and production
    • Graphic design and production
    • Photoshop
    • Microsoft Office
  • Matt Sweda who specializes in:
    • Music design and production
    • Digital photography
    • Digital video
    • Digital audio
    • Website design and production
    • Graphic design and production
    • Image editing
  • Scout Tosi who specializes in:
    • Graphic design and production
    • Apple's suite of tools (iPhoto, Keynote, Pages, iMovie)
    • Writing
    • Communications
Featured software:
  • Adobe Creative Suite
  • Apple Logic Pro X, Reaper, Kontakt, Final Cut X, Motion, Compressor
  • Apple iLife
  • Remark Office OMR 2014 from Gravic
  • ScreenFlow
Services: Some of the areas that we can assist you with include:
  • Creating your own music using:
    • Garageband
    • Logic Pro X
    • Reaper
    • Kontakt
  • Creating your own desktop screen recordings using:
    • Telestream's ScreenFlow
    • Blackboard Collaborate
    • Adobe Captivate
  • Scanning:
    • Photos
    • Slides
    • Documents / Optical Character Recognition (OCR) process in order to save files as editable Word documents
  • Editing images
  • Working with digital audio and digital video
  • Scanning tests
  • Maximizing your use of Moodle
  • Editing web pages
  • Converting files/formats
  • Burning discs
For training-related needs: