Voice In is a podcast about Mizzou students. This project of the Digital Media and Innovation Lab in Ellis Library was created to learn about students’ lives and their relationship to libraries.
In the first episode, Coffee Talks, we talk to junior Brooklyn Behrands about her coffee Instagram account, favorite place in Ellis Library and her insight on the best coffee shops in Columbia, including our very own Bookmark Cafe!
Check back on our site every month or subscribe to the podcast on your favorite app. https://libraryguides.missouri.edu/dml/voicein
The Digital Media Lab in Ellis Library is hosting a hands-on demo event this Thursday, October 28th from 11am-2pm. Stop by the Colonnade on the first floor and check out some of the equipment we have to offer, including:
- getting your picture taken with Halloween decorations,
- scan yourself using a 3D Scanner,
- and share your thoughts about what you like about the libraries on our open podcast using a soundboard and microphone. Come celebrate with us!
The Digital Media Lab is located above the café on the first floor in Room 156 in Ellis Library, with a Recording Room in 157 and a Film Studio in 3E21. The Lab is free for all students at Mizzou and includes an audio booth and recording space, a film studio with green screen, and both 3D Scanners and a 3D Animation workstation.
For more information about the Digital Media Lab, or to reserve a time, visit our website library.missouri.edu/dml. For additional questions, stop by Room 153 in Ellis Library or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Digital Media and Innovation Lab in Ellis Library has two recording booths, a film studio, 3D scanners, art tablets, and VR goggles. These resources are available to students for class or non-class projects. Students can make a reservation to use these resources by going to the website: https://libraryguides.missouri.edu/dmc
Digital Media and Innovation Lab
Room 156, Ellis Library
Monday – Friday: 10:00 – 4:30
Room 3E21, Ellis Library (Check-in in 156)
Monday – Friday: Noon – 4:00
The Digital Media Lab (DML) now has extended hours in the evening one day a week.
*New* Tuesday: 12:00 pm (noon) – 7:30 pm
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday: 12:00 pm – 4:30 pm
The Digital Media Lab provides an Audio Recording Booth (very popular); a Film Studio (popular) with green screen and lights; and 3D Scanners. These resources are available for students by reservation. Visit to learn more and reserve a DML space! https://library.missouri.edu/dmc
Attention EndNote and Zotero Users!
The University Libraries have a new Link Resolver. You will need to update your OpenURL path with the new resolver below:
For instructions, visit the EndNote and Zotero guides.
Are you looking for a place to record an audio or video assignment for class? Do you have a project that requires a 3D scanner? If so, check out the Digital Media Lab located in Ellis Library, Room 156. We want to hear from you!
The Digital Media Lab provides a recording booth with various software; a film studio with a camera and green screen; and a 3D scanner. These resources are available to students for use by appointment. Visit https://libraryguides.missouri.edu/dmc/lab to learn more and to schedule your appointment today!
Summer classes are in session and that means it's time for you to take part in the Scavenger Hunt at Ellis Library. Almost 2000 students have already completed it. Now it's your turn!
Get on your feet and go explore Ellis Library with this interactive challenge. On your way, you will become better acquainted with library spaces and services while decreasing your library anxiety, all at your own pace. Come with friends or come alone. It will be waiting for you!
You can join the hunt using your smartphone or mobile device. Go to http://library.missouri.edu/ScavengerHunt to begin!
Did you miss a Fridays @ the Library Workshop this semester? If so, you are in luck! Simply visit the MizzouLibraries YouTube page or go to Recordings and Tutorials: Workshop Recordings on the Libraries website. There you can find session recordings for workshops offered in Spring 2017 (this does not include in-person only workshops) as well as from past semesters. This semester featured many interesting and informative presentations including:
Staying Ahead of the Curve: Be Aware of What Your Library Offers You
The Literature Review: What It Is and How to Search
Maximizing Your Research Identity and Impact
Creating a Research Poster
Fake or Real? How to Fact-Check & Verify the News
What’s in the Archives?
So go online to check out these great lectures put on by our wonderful library staff, and remember that Fridays @ the Library Workshops are offered both online live and face-to-face every semester. We hope to see you there in the future!
Green Screen Rooms are now available in 2E21 and 3E21 located on the 2nd and 3rd floors of Ellis Library. To reserve these rooms for up to 2 hours, go online to the room reservation calendar on the library’s homepage.
You can use the green screen wall to replace the background of your photography and video projects with different settings. Then, use Adobe Photoshop or Premiere on one of the Mac computers in the Digital Media Commons Lab to edit your work.
Equipment is available for checkout at the Circulation Desk with a student ID. We have cameras, camcorders, tripods, microphones, portable green/blue screens, and many other items that will help you complete your project.
Go to https://libraryguides.missouri.edu/DigitalMediaCommons to learn more!
Come join the Scavenger Hunt at the Ellis Library. Almost 2000 students have already completed it. It is your turn!
You will quickly be aquainted with library spaces and services while decreasing your library anxiety, all at your own pace. Come with friends or come alone! It will be waiting for you!
Bring a Smartphone or a tablet and start here: http://library.missouri.edu/ScavengerHunt