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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. 

 One Button Studio | Maxwell Library | Bridgewater State University


To use the One Button Studio for video or podcast recordings, reserve the room today.


 OBS Studio


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, such as a PowerPoint slideshow.

Bring a USB thumb drive or save your video to the presentation computer and then upload it to OneDrive, Office 365 Stream, or YouTube.

​​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​. Last reviewed 07/03/20.​​