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IS Lab Staff will host an introduction to the updated Media Space located in Zone C of the IS Lab on Tuesday, October 23, from 1pm-2pm.

Through this introductory workshop participants will:

  • Tour the updated space and audio/visual equipment
  • Learn about upcoming media archiving projects
  • Discuss classes in media archiving scheduled for winter quarter.

Following the introduction, Lab Staff will be available to guide interested participants in film handling basics.

We look forward to seeing you!

About the IS Lab

The Information Studies Research Lab (IS Lab) is a hub of activity supporting the research, instruction, and professional development of students, faculty, and staff in the Department of Information Studies.

The IS Lab is open from 9am to 4pm Monday through Thursday.
The IS Lab is open from 9am to 4pm Monday through Thursday.
This academic year marks the beginning of a multi-year strategic development project to enhance the IS Lab’s resources and services.  Leveraging state-of-the-art technology and practice, the IS Lab acts as a liaison between academia and industry.
A key role of the IS Lab is to help students acquire practical skills in support of the department’s curriculum. A Specialization Skills Program (SSP) is in the works, as part of the the IS Lab’s developing strategic plan. Potential elements of the SSP include workshops with technical experts, an industry professional speaker series, and a research practicum.

Help us re-envision the IS Lab!

Schedule an interview to discuss how the IS Lab can support your current needs and plan for your future success.

 

The IS Lab houses a selective print collection and provides access to instructional resources to support the IS curriculum. Our Collection Development Policy mirrors the curricula of the IS Department’s MLIS, PhD, and Post-Master’s programs. The IS Lab’s print collection, including course reserves, is non-circulating. However, many of the books from the children’s literature collection, which includes recent and award-winning works to support various IS courses, may be borrowed. Copying is available using a BruinCard and in adherence with copyright law.

The IS Lab’s  media  preservation and archiving resources include a growing collection of audio and video processing equipment for which training is provided by IS Lab staff and faculty experts.

Announcements, policies, and resources are posted on the IS Lab’s webpage. In certain circumstances IS Lab policies necessarily may be amended. Please note effective dates.

The IS Lab is staffed by professional academic librarians and students in the Information Studies programs. Lab hours are Monday through Thursday from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.

The IS Lab is maintained by the IS Department for the academic use of the entire UCLA community, including all GSE&IS students.

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IS Lab Staff will host an introduction to the updated Media Space located in Zone C of the IS Lab on Tuesday, October 23, from 1pm-2pm. Through this introductory workshop participants will: Tour the updated space and audio/visual equipment Learn about upcoming media archiving projects Discuss classes in media archiving scheduled for winter quarter. Following …

Policy on Donations

The Information Studies Research Lab (IS Lab) greatly appreciates offers of donations of materials and commercial-grade equipment that will enrich existing collections and support the instructional and research mission of the university within the Information Studies Department’s budgetary and space constraints. The IS Lab may decline to accept items that: ·       Are not within the …

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Please make an appointment to be interviewed about your vision for the future of the Information Studies Research Lab.

 

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