Usability Studio

Discovery Hall -167&169 is our new Usability and Production Studio .

Inside we have a mounted greenscreen (8X9) and sound dampeners. We also have six lights mounted and fed to a light controller in the control room 167.


The Control Room, DISC-167, has a dedicated Apple iMac computer with Final Cut Pro installed and a dedicated Windows Computer both of which can be used to capture audio from the 4 microphone XLR inputs located in DISC-169.

If you are interested in reserving this room. You will need to fill out the Room Access Document listed here: DISC-student-access-request.pdf

This document requires three signatures.

  • Your Professor
  • Discovery Hall Room Coordinator -  Christy Cherrier -
  • Security - They will give you access for the day. You must bring the signed document and your husky id card to gain access.
  • Note: Access will not be granted after hour, i.e. when the building is closed.
  • Contact Salem Levesque at with times and days you would like to book the studio. Once approved, you will be placed on the calendar below.



All items left in the room will be turned over to security.


Did You Know?

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