Studio K

Studio K

Studio K is a quick-record studio, designed so that any user can walk in and start recording a speech, demonstration or presentation within moments of arrival. All you need to bring is a USB drive, which will immediately store the recording. Optionally, users can bring a PowerPoint file which can display during the presentation.  Studio K is located on the third floor of Watson Library and was developed in collaboration with KU IT.

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