Digital Presentation Studio
The Digital Presentation Studio (DPS) is a space to practice presentations and record those sessions for later review. The recorded presentations are saved in your account as streaming video files.
The DPS simulates the classroom environment with a laptop to use for the presentation connected to a 52" plasma display, and a small area for an audience. A mounted camera with a microphone records the presentation, and a simple control starts and stops the recording. After stopping the recording, the presenter immediately receives an email message containing a link to the streaming video file. They are able to review the video online or from a mobile video player and assess their presentation skills or make changes to the presentation.
Locations and Hours
Location: Odegaard Undergraduate Library 334
Hours: By Reservation Only
Reserving the DPS
Use of the DPS is restricted to current students, staff, or faculty. To reserve the DPS, sign up at the first floor circulation desk in Odegaard Library, or use the library's online reservation system.
You also need a current UW NetID, and to have activated your Web publishing service. See the Manage Your UW NetID Resources page to make sure these services are active.
Using the DPS
- Presentation Laptop
- Apple iMac Control Station
- Camera + Microphone
- LG 50" Plasma