Suppose two people each set out to build traditional doghouses. One is an experienced woodworker, the other a hobbyist getting into woodcraft for the first time. Excited by a new project, the hobbyist purchases the best wood money can buy… … Continue reading Making the Most of Simple Video Equipment
Whether a student or a professor, you might be considering how to create and evaluate final projects in a remote setting. Transitioning from lectures and seminars to distilling information into posters, infographics, podcasts and video essays brings a new set … Continue reading Collaborative Projects, Remotely
Last summer, students in “River Stories,” an English and Environmental Studies class taught by Betsy Bolton, canoed a stretch of the Delaware River from Lackawaxen, PA to the Delaware Water Gap. Taking time to shoot photography, keep journals, and write … Continue reading River Stories – A Delaware River Sojourn
You’re probably familiar with the concept of augmented reality from smartphone games like Pokemon Go, Ingress, and Minecraft Earth. Recently, students taking Integrated Media for Theater created their own AR at the Media Center using a software called Unity (see … Continue reading Unity AR at the Media Center
Like media production? Enjoy sharing your knowledge of photography, filmmaking, graphic design, animation or audio/music recording? Want to learn more about those topics? Apply for a job at the Media Center and become part of a group with similar interests. … Continue reading Media Center Hiring!
Do you have an interest in filmmaking, short documentary, video sketch comedy or vlogging? Like photography? Want to bring a story to life with animation? Or design impactful print media? The Media Center (Beardsley 114) has the software you’ll need … Continue reading A Space for Creativity