Media Commons hosts hundreds of online resources for users of every skill level. The library includes a wide selection of topics covering the software on our lab machines, equipment available at our locations and introductory guides to creating your next media project.
Workshops are a series of small-group training sessions designed to give you a brief introduction to various digital media concepts and software packages. The sessions run about an hour in length so you can easily fit them into your day. They are intended to provide everything you need to get started on whatever topic we’re teaching during that session.
Free Media Library
Copyright is very important to understand as you begin to produce digital media at Penn State. Copyright law is complex and sometimes intimidating. But if you ever plan to share your work publicly, on a website, blog or ePortfolio, it is essential to make sure that any use of third-party media is legal. Fortunately, we have assembled some resources to make this process easier for you.
Our new, interactive training modules make it easy to practice steps and techniques necessary for completing a multimedia project successfully easy. Use modules from any computer or tablet to hone your skills in iMovie, preview backing up to the MC storage space and much more. Faculty: integrate these modules into your ANGEL courses to ensure student completion.