Academic Production

Spring Access to Library Studio Spaces

Library studios are open by appointment only in support of remote teaching and learning. Availability of the spaces is limited due to lower staff density in the library. All university social distancing, safety and cleanliness protocols will be observed.

To make a request to schedule time in the One Button Studio, the Student Production Studio or the Music and Audio Recording Studio, please go to the Student Digital Life Website. To schedule an appointment for the staff-supported Academic Production Studio or the Lightboard please schedule a phone consultation.

Our team collaborates with faculty to identify a style of educational video to meet teaching and learning goals. From interviews, to hands-on demonstrations and documentary-style shorts, we offer the opportunity to reach your students with visual creativity. 

Below are four examples of how you can use video:

Interview-style or Single Lecture - Invite experts in your field of research for a conversation or relay important or introductory information to your students through a short lecture. 

Flipped Classroom – Enliven lecture material and help students grasp difficult content. Brief video lectures compliment in-class sessions and can preserve valuable class time.

Lightboard – Reverse the traditional learning environment through written or drawn demonstrations. Our team works closely with faculty to develop modules to enhance student learning and provide practical demonstrations to simplify complex concepts.  

Docu-series - Explore and uncover faculty research and scholarship occurring on campus. This docu-series highlights the relationship between viewer and subject, providing a personal approach to meeting the scholars and educators of the Emory community. Read more about this series. 

View our Video Portfolio or schedule an appointment!

Shannon O'Daniel

Adam Forrester

Lindsay Narbeth

Cecilia Bolich
Instructional Designer