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Hypermedia Lab

The HML offers an exploratory space for visual and oral communication with student-led support engaging with our faculty’s visual and oral communication efforts by offering equipment access and tutoring for video design, audio and video recording, and post production editing.

What We Do    

The HML offers an exploratory space for visual and oral communication with student-led support in 1-on-1 sessions, in-class presentations, and workshops for presentation practice, video production, audio recording, and more. The media lab includes dedicated media production and post-production facilities. A sound-proof studio is available for individuals or small ensembles to record in isolation, and the control rooms are both connected to a larger classroom studio for larger groups. Large studio green screen and small portable green screen is also available. Finally, the lab’s remote recording equipment (audio, video, lighting, etc.) is available for checkout through the Library.


Your voice and perspective are unique; so why not use all the tools available to you to craft your message for an assignment, research project, student organization, or creative production in a new way?

The HyperMedia Lab offers access to video recording equipment, an audio studio, editing hardware through PCs and laptops, and offers student-led support for both speech and presentation and video and post production efforts.

The HML offers guidance for class and exploratory media creation:

  • presentation practice
  • film production
  • commercial creation
  • podcasting
  • video grant proposals
  • and any other creative or course related initiatives

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The HyperMedia Lab compliments your teaching efforts by supporting written, visual, and oral modes of communication. These tools can help you record a lecture, flip your class, upgrade your presentation tools and skills.

Multimedia assignments and class efforts encourage students to work in groups to construct and express their knowledge or solve problems using modern communication platforms. Through integrating multimedia activities into the classroom, students can learn:

  • real-world skills related to technology
  • the impact and importance of different media
  • the challenge of communicating to different audiences
  • how to present information in compelling ways
  • importance of research, planning,  and organizing skills
  • significance of presentation and speaking skills
  • how to express their ideas creatively

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>>> Syllabus Description
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Location: Library Room 107D
BLDG 3010
200 Seawolf Parkway
Galveston, TX 77554