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Space Availability - Ablah Library

Note: Users may reserve up to 3 hours in a study room per day. To expand a booking, please use the dropdown at the bottom of the screen to select the desired time. Must present WSU Shocker card or valid driver's license when checking in.

One Button Studio. Using the studio’s technology to create your own video is easy. There are instructions marked in the studio for your reference. You will need a flash drive to store the video. If you don’t have one of your own, you can borrow one from the circulation desk.                                     

The One Button Studio is a simplified video recording setup that can be used without any previous video production experience. The design of the studio allows you to create high-quality and polished video projects without having to know anything about lights and cameras. You only need to bring your flash drive with you and push a single button. The One Button Studio solution drastically simplifies the video production workflow, eliminating several time-consuming steps. The end result is a studio experience that requires the bare minimum of time and effort while simultaneously providing a consistently high-quality result packaged on a thumb drive in a standard format video file.

One Button Studio Reservations can be made through the link: http://wichita.libcal.com/reserve/cspace​

The Sound Booth may be scheduled through the C-Space Sound Booth calendar by any currently enrolled or employed WSU student, faculty, or staff. The C-Space assistant will unlock the booth once the person who made the Sound Booth reservation checks in at the C-Space Help Desk. The individual who schedules the Sound Booth will be considered the main user and is responsible for any damage or misuse of the equipment, even if a group is working on a project together. Users must not leave equipment unattended while it is checked out to them. No food or drink is permitted in the Sound Booth.

Lightboard Studio  Thanks to Cares Act money that was distributed as SPARK funds, Wichita State now has several LightBoard studios for faculty to use to quickly and easily record lecture videos while also getting to write on a "board." After making a reservation and checking out a technology kit from the Circulation Desk, please head over to C-Space and the C-Space assistant will unlock the studio for your reservation. The patron is responsible for any damage or misuse of the equipment. Users must not leave equipment unattended while it is checked out to them. No food is permitted in the Lighboard Studio.

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