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Library Resources that support Universal Design for Learning: Action & Expression

A guide to many of the resources the library offers that can support the concepts of Universal Design for Learning

Allow Multiple Means of Action & Expression

Allow multiple means of action and expression by giving students a choice in the way they express what they've learned

Student Video Recording Studio

There is a new video recording studio on campus dedicated to students for group or individual projects.

As an Innovation Space located in the O'Shaughnessy-Frey Library, the video recording studio in room 310 allows students to run with their most creative ideas and produce them into high quality results. The studio space includes a height adjustable SMART Board, moveable furniture, lighting, sound, and a video camera.

St. Thomas Libraries partnered with STELAR to make this a reality as both organizations saw the difficulty in scheduling time at existing on-campus studios and heard students request "more STELAR-like spaces" on campus. This space is modeled around students' needs for recording projects in a professional, distraction-free manner.

One of the main goals is to make the studio easy to use and available during all hours the O'Shaughnessy-Frey Library is open, which is until 2:00 am weekdays during the semester! Students can come in and record independently, making the room a self-service studio.

The studio is also easy to reserve with the online reservation system on the Library webpage.

Read more about the studio features on the library web site.

[image description: a photo of the recording studio showing two soft blue chairs situated in front of a large monitor that reads "Global Issues in Film"]