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for their students to utilize outside of class.
Ryan Capell, supervisor and manager of the LRC Studio, recommends that students looking for a creative way to complete a project check out a camera and put together a short video. Cameras are provided on a first-come, first-served basis, so reservations are best made in advance. The LRC also has a number of projectors and projector screens that are frequently used for groups on campus, and can be reserved by filling out the Equipment Request Form.
“We're essentially a production operation for faculty, meaning that we help them facilitate content for their classes. We record lectures, not just back in the studio but all over campus. We also have campus organizations that work in the studio. We have a deal with athletics where they come about once a week and they do interviews with their coaches and players, and we set up the studio space for them.”
“We have students that do the studio production, and people that are correspondents. Basically we ask that if you go to an event, turn your phone sideways and capture the event and we can do a story about pretty much anything that happens on campus. You can get class credit for it, but even if you just wanted to come and be a part of it, or you just had one story to tell, we can do that too.”
We asked a few students why they chose to study in the LRC, and here's what they had to say:
“I enjoy studying in the LRC because it provides the perfect, quiet environment which allows me to better focus on my work.”
- Laura Davis, MC student
"The LRC offers good tables I can spread out on, and offers a way to study with friends or peers without being confined to a study room.”
– Devon Ashley, MC student
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