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The Multimedia Design Studio (The Studio) provides current UNLV students, staff and faculty with an environment to create multimedia presentations for class use. In addition to the standard software found on all library computers, the Studio includes hardware and software to convert analog video to digital video; perform advanced editing of digital video; and scan documents, negatives and slides.

The Studio is primarily a self-service facility. In-depth assistance is available by appointment. Priority is given to academic and curriculum-based projects related to a UNLV teaching & learning experience. Personal, recreational, or business-related projects are given secondary priority, and only minimal staff assistance is available for these activities. Studio staff are available to provide basic guidance and technical support to individual students, small groups (max. 3) and faculty.

Many multimedia projects can be done on regular computers, and do not need to be done in the Multimedia Design Studio. Please see the software list posted on the wall of the Studio, or check the library computer hardware & software page.


The Multimedia Design Studio is in room 1221, near the Media Resources Desk on the first floor of Lied Library.


The Multimedia Design Studio is administered by the department of Media & Computer Services at Lied Library.


The Multimedia Design Studio is available for use all hours that Lied Library is open. For current library hours, please visit the library Hours page or call the Lied Library Hours Recording (895-2255). Staff assistance may not be available at all hours; appointments are recommended for those users requiring assistance.

Multimedia Design Studio