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The One Button Studio (OBS) in Maxwell Library 113 is a simple method for recording video and audio without requiring any tech experience, video production experience, or training and support. 
To use the One Button Studio for video or podcast recordings, reserve the room today.

 

 OBS Studio

 
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Presentation Studio
presentation studioThe presentation studio has an adjustable camera, a whiteboard, a projector, a podium, and a computer.  

The computer can be used for loading presentation content and for saving your video recording.  

Learn how to get started using the equipment.

​​Podcast Studio ​
podcast studio
The podcast studio is equipped with two microphones and a free, open source audio recording software called Audacity

Learn more about how to conduct interviews or
 how to get started recording.


Possible Uses for OBS
For Students

  • Practice for class presentations 

  • Practice for public speaking

  • Practice acting for theatrical productions

  • Create performance pieces, dramatic readings, or other videos for acting portfolios

  • Create video presentations for class assignments

  • Create a video introduction of yourself for your digital portfolio
For Faculty

  • Practice for lectures and conference presentations

  • Deliver a personal introduction for online courses

  • Present research papers via video

  • "Flip the classroom" and create video lectures

  • Ask students to deliver video presentations

  • Review draft versions of your students’  presentations 
  
Be advised: Bridgewater State University is not responsible for the content recorded and/or created using the equipment in the One Button Studio. ​​​​
​​​​​​​​​​​​​​This page is maintained by the Teaching & Technology Center. Send comments and suggestions to ttc@bridgew.edu​
Last reviewed 03/19/2018.​​​