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Faculty Digital Studio

The Faculty Digital Studio is a dedicated workspace that faculty can use to create content for their online courses. With training and support, faculty can create lectures, multimedia, and other digital course content for their own course(s), or collaboratively with their colleagues. Faculty can consult with an instructional designer to plan, design, and implement various technologies into their teaching curriculum. Each studio has lighting, camera, whiteboard and panel tables that can be used for a classroom setup or recorded panel discussion. There is a Faculty Digital Studio located in both New York City and Pleasantville.


Digital Studio Services

  • Faculty consultations and planning for production
  • Video Recording
  • Lecture Capture Recording
  • Audio Capture
  • Web Conference Recording
  • Digital Editing
  • Streaming Media capabilities
  • Whiteboard


  • Whiteboard
  • Editing software
  • Green screen
  • Video camera
  • Microphones
  • Tripods

Equipment must be used in the lab. Equipment cannot be removed from the lab to be used at a different location

Make an appointment for a consultation, training and use of equipment

Hours and Location

Monday - Friday, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

New York City Campus
Henry Birnbaum Library, Suite E-201
Pace University
One Pace Plaza
New York, NY 10038
Phone: (212) 346-1722

Pleasantville Campus
Willcox Basement
Pace University
861 Bedford Rd.
Pleasantville, NY 10570
Phone: (914) 773-3823


The Digital Studio Room

  • The studio is reserved only for digital media projects and can be reserved (by faculty only) by accessing the appointment form
  • The studio is to be locked at all times
  • Studio appointments are available Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
  • Faculty can reserve the studio for up to two-hour blocks
  • Equipment must be used in the lab

Media Consultations

  • If a faculty member desires a one-on-one consultation, he or she must fill out an appointment form
  • Consultations are meant to teach essential skills for projects only, not to complete projects for faculty