The Digital Studio, located in Bobst Library on Floor 5 (south), is a dedicated space for media arts for NYU faculty, students, and staff. An NYU NetID is required for access.
Our instructional design consultations foster experimentation with both proven and emerging models of teaching and learning, contributing to cutting-edge research and interdisciplinary collaboration at NYU.
Faculty Case Studies
During the 2015-2016 academic year alone, 1,200 courses and 30,000 students were been impacted by services provided by instructional technologists and educational designers at NYU’s Digital Studio. Explore a few of our examples to see how NYU instructors have enhanced their course content and teaching techniques to improve student success. To view the full list of services from the Digital Studio available for consultation, please visit our Consultation Services page.
The Studio has reservable video editing and scanning workstations featuring hardware, software and online tools to support projects that require:
Analog to Digital
Physical to Digital
Audio Creation & Editing (Learn more about Media Production Services).
To ensure a station’s availability, please request an appointment.
Reservations are held up to 30 minutes past appointment time.
It is recommended to save all your work on an external hard drive or Google Drive. All users must provide their own blank media.
|7 video stations||1 audio station|
|2 film scan stations||2 flatbed scan stations|
|2 feeder scan stations||2 general stations|
|1 ISO booth station||1 collaborative station|
The isolation booth features sound absorption glass panels and foam blocks to create a quiet space for recording voice over sessions, as well as an Apogee Microphone for enhanced audio recording. It also features LED light panels to enhance web-casting recordings or streams using the iMac camera.
Digital Studio Policies
No food or drink at workstations.
The Digital Studio does not lend clients technical hardware (e.g., cameras, additional microphones, external audio recording devices, or modified tripods). Please consult your school for obtaining these resources.