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English 102: College Writing and Research

Library help and tips for English 102

Resources for Genre Remix Projects

This space outlines materials and resources available from the library for a remix project - including equipment, software, and publication options. 

Recording Equipment

Check out equipment at the Media and Reserves Desk in the lower level of Golda Meir Libraries 
  • Video cameras
  • Tripods
  • Audio recorders
  • Microphones 
  • Headphones
  • Laptops
  • And much more!

Bring your student ID

Your PantherCard lets you check out equipment and reserve space to record your audio or video project. A PantherCard can be obtained through the Panther Card Office in the UWM Union. 

Recording Spaces

Reserve a space

Use the Audio Studio to create professional, high-quality voice recordings. 

The green screen in the Media Viewing Room can be used as a background during a video recording. The green screen can be replaced during the editing process in iMovie with any kind of background. 

                      The Recording Booth is Perfect for recording voice-overs or video projects, the Recording Booth can be reserved ahead of time                                                  or on a walk-in basis.

Editing Resources


Use campus computer labs which have editing software like Photoshop and iMovie 

Use Remote Access - log-in to a campus computer from your personal computer and access software on campus computers

Check out the various tutorials and guides to help you with your editing projects

Remix Resources


Over 10,000 DVD, VHS, streaming video, and audiobook titles are available through Media and Reserves. Find them through Search@UW. Excerpts can be used in your remix project to show examples of concepts or historical background.

UWM Libraries Digital Collections contain over 190,000 photographs, maps, books, film footage, and oral histories from the                                                      American Geographical Society Library, the UWM Archives, and the UWM Special Collections, and the Curriculum Library. 

Publishing Options for Your Project