About Recording Booths at IU Bloomington and IUPUI

Based on the One Button Studio developed by Penn State, Recording Booths allow faculty members and students to video-record themselves or others in a controlled environment. The process is preset, highly automated, and as simple as pushing a button.

Recording Booths have balanced lighting, an HD camera, and high-quality audio. Each recording is saved on a user-supplied USB flash drive as an MP4 video file, which can be uploaded to the Indiana University LMS.

Note:
USB flash drives must be formatted as FAT.

Potential uses for Recording Booths include:

  • Student video presentations
  • Student introductions
  • Faculty presentations and assignments
  • Faculty test reviews
  • Individualized content clarification
  • Faculty feedback on assignments

Recording Booths are available at the following locations:

  • IU Bloomington: Wells Library E242

    You can check out the room key from the Learning Commons Service Desk located on the first floor of the West Tower of the Herman B Wells Library. This is the first desk to the right as you enter the West Tower through the south entrance of the lobby.

  • IUPUI: University Library UL4104 (coming fall 2015)

For more information, contact:

eLearning Design & Services
elearn@iu.edu

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