Media Commons is a university-wide service to provide expert guidance and support for the Penn State community by enriching the learning experience through appropriate and pedagogically sound uses of digital media technologies for teaching and learning.
Media Commons provides a wealth of resources for staff, faculty, and student creators. Find information and best practices for developing a storyboard, producing a documentary, or writing for social media. Additionally, Media Commons provides software and app tutorials for iMovie, Final Cut, the Adobe Creative Suite, and more. Support is available by appointment via email, phone, or live chat.
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One Button Studio 2.0
The Teaching and Learning with Technology's (TLT) One Button Studio at Penn State Schuylkill is a simplified video recording setup for producing high-quality, polished videos with little or no previous video production experience. Located on the first floor of the Ciletti Memorial Library, L115, the One Button Studio is available to all students, staff, and faculty with a Penn State ID+ card. The One Button Studio is open during the library's regular hours and the studio key, control, and accompanying resources are available at the front desk.
In 2021, the One Button Studio was upgraded with new features that make video production easier than ever.
New features include:
- easy-to-access iPad control
- record, preview, and save multiple videos
- direct upload to Kaltura (users can still save locally to USB drive)
- integration with Canvas
Learn how to use the One Button Studio 2.0 in this short video tutorial.
Faculty can schedule a One Button Studio tutorial and demonstration for a class by contacting Julie Meyer, instructional designer, or Carla Seward, Media Commons traveling consultant for eastern campuses.