Record and edit professional-grade sound and video in the Student Media Depot in the Basement of William T. Young Library. Recording studios and equipment, editing stations with specialized multimedia software, and technical support are available to aid students’ media projects.
Located in Room 213H of the Science & Engineering Library, the Faculty Media Depot provides sound and video recording services to faculty to support the production of class material in online and alternative formats. Available resources include:
The Faculty Media Depot is operated by UK Online Education.
Enhance your teaching materials at the Faculty Media Depot.
The Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History in the Special Collections Research Center makes recording equipment and interview studio space available to its oral history project partners. The Nunn Center provides:
The Nunn Center engages individuals and communities by recording their stories and houses a collection of over 17,000 oral history interviews accessible through SPOKEdb. Submit a project proposal, or contact Nunn Center director Doug Boyd at firstname.lastname@example.org to explore oral history partnership opportunities.
Nunn Center partners can access a fully-equipped recording studio for oral history projects & interviews.
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