Thanks to CARES Act money that was distributed as SPARK funds, Wichita State now has several LightBoard studios for faculty to use to quickly and easily record lecture videos while also getting to write on a "board." These LightBoard Studios are distributed across campus and can be found in: Media Resources Center 171H, Lindquist Hall 309, Hubbard Hall 222, McKnight Art Center 312, Ahlberg Hall 106G, Ablah Library 224, Wallace Hall 110.
For in-person training and a key to access the room, please email Glenn Gunnels. Once you have obtained training and a key for the room, you can use the online EMS scheduler, in-person reservations outside the room for "same-day" sessions, or submit a reservation request ticket to CMS for reservations that need to be made within the week.
*The Lightboard in Ablah Library 224 can be accessed and scheduled through the library only.
Want to learn more about how Lightboard Rooms function?
John Jones, Director of the Media Resources Center, gave a great presentation about them for the Academic Resources Conference in January, 2021. Have a look: