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Remote Teaching and Learning Resources: Recording Studios

Recording Studios

A staff member and student work together on a recording studio panel.What Recording Studio tools do I have access to while remote?

The Studios’ Digital Media Toolkit provides links to resources for planning and producing media projects. Included are freely available open source tools.  Follow these instructions to download the desktop apps to your devices.

If a tool you are interested in using is normally accessed using computers on campus, you can look into accessing software from Northeastern computer labs using a virtual desktop.

Helpful online instructional tools include:

Recording Studio produced:

Video recordings and manuals:

Can I arrange consultations with Recording Studio staff? Studio Staff are happy to arrange phone calls and virtual sessions with you to assist you with your media project from pre-through post production. We will help you make the most of the equipment and software you have, and how to access other resources. For questions, technical assistance or to schedule a consult, please contact us at this address: dmcstudios@northeastern.libanswers.com.

Teaching with the Studios

The Northeastern University Library’s Recording Studios offers opportunities for learning best practices in media production from basic through advanced levels.  Staff collaborate with faculty across the curriculum to help design, plan and implement media-based assignments throughout the semester.   

 Planning effective media assignments

We recommend that you plan one semester in advance, particularly if you want to incorporate your project into the Library’s Digital Repository Service.

Because the Studios are currently closed, we will teach virtual class sessions which combine hands-on learning with media literacy theory to enhance students’ critical thinking skills.  We can book appointments with you and students via Microsoft Teams or Zoom to assist during any step of the project.  The Digital Media Toolkit links to helpful information.

During the fall and spring semesters, the Studios will provide virtual workshops. We are open to your suggestions