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The Audio Production Experience: Making Waves in the Academic Library

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The next, Let’s Talk Learning Spaces Show - on March 15th @ 11:30am, will feature Jason Evans-Groth - User Experience Librarian for Digital Media at NC State University. This show will focus on how librarians and staff engages universitystudents/faculty  by using audio production projects that teaches students the basics of voice recording, using the MIDI keyboards, audio editing, multitrack recording, and more. We will also talk about music format digitization opportunities their library spaces offer to the students. Should be a great one!  

"If an academic library can commit time, space, and a little money, and serves a campus community that is interested in exploring experiential learning, a makerspace and making programs can be built and can thrive. It is crucial for libraries to consider whether makerspaces are a possible fit. Given the interdisciplinary nature of most academic libraries, they remain open to the whole campus community. It can be argued that they are the best place to have a makerspace on campus"  

Burke, J. (2015, April 1). ACRL 2015 Proceedings. Retrieved March 2, 2016, from http://www.ala.org/acrl/acrl/conferences/acrl2015/papers

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