Video Production Studio
Created by Northwestern Engineering Professor, Michael Peshkin, Lightboard is a glass chalkboard that uses light to allow users to face viewers while writing and recording a lecture. The board is video taped in mirror reflection, giving users a quick and easy way to communicate technical subjects, equations, and sketches, all while engaging with the camera and the viewers. See Lightboard in action.
The Self-Service Video Studio in Mudd Library allows faculty, staff, and students to produce and record professional-quality video projects for no cost. Use it to record your presentation or lecture, deliver a research presentation, or to create an instructional demonstration. For more information on Self-service Video technology and equipment, visit the Northwestern Digital Learning page.
Workshops and group reservations
The Libraries offer quarterly workshops on using the Video Production Studio. See the Libraries' events page for upcoming workshops.
If you would like to schedule a group workshop or class visit, contact Instructional Technologies Librarian Ted Quiballo at email@example.com.