Located on the lower level of Cabot Science Library, our two self-service media studios have everything you need to easily make high-quality audio and video recordings. When you're done recording, simply take your files with you on a USB drive.
Things to know
- Media Studios are available for all members of the Harvard community
- Reservations are required; see details below
- Food and beverages are not allowed in the studios
- We ask that the person reserving the studio takes full responsibility for loss or damage to equipment, cables, cameras, furniture, and all other items in the studio.
- Harvard Library will apply fines for damage detected and can be charged up to one month after the reservation is completed.
Reserve a Studio
Before you book
- Complete a 30-minute training session available by appointment. Email email@example.com to schedule a time.
- Check the media studios calendar for booking availability.
Make a reservation
Email firstname.lastname@example.org at least one week in advance with the following information:
- Which studio you would like to book
- A short description of your project
- Preferred dates and times for use
- Setup requests and special technological needs
Things to keep in mind
- Studios may be reserved for up to two hours at a time; reservations for consecutive, concurrent, or recurring meetings are not permitted.
Get help on media projects
Our staff of media specialists can help you in any stage of your project. From brainstorming ideas, to recording, producing, and editing, we're here to help.
Ways to get help
- Office hours - Drop by during our help hours and one of our student media consultants can show you how to use our equipment or software, or help you with your own machine.
- Consultations - A consultation is the best way to get personalized help with a project or get more in-depth questions answered.
- Workshops & Classes - We regularly hold custom workshops for groups of three or more. Email us with your topic of interest and we'll start the planning process.