All aspiring faculty, staff, and student filmmakers are invited to stop by the Clark Library Digital Lab to learn more about the new 48-Hour Film-A-Thon. An Information session will be held on Tuesday, October 6, at 2 p.m., in the Digital Lab. Actors, directors, musicians, writers, and videographers will be making a complete film in 48 hours during Halloween weekend with a big screen premiere in November. This is also a chance to develop filmmaking skills and enter a short for the 3rd Annual Kate Regan Film Festival. For more information, contact José Velazco at email@example.com.
FYI: Macs, Quiet Study Space & More!
Last Spring we asked students for feedback about their library experience and then we spent the summer making improvements. See our full response to student feedback. Improvements include:
More Macs added to the Digital Lab for a total of 13 in the Main Lab space.
Digital Lab evening hours extended until midnight (Sunday - Thursday).
The Library classroom is open on weekends as additional space for quiet study.