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Adapting the One Button Studio
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About this session:

Mendoza IT’s Ed Tech team was approached about an on-demand capture and recording system similar to the popular Penn State ‘One Button Studio’. The team evaluated the needs of their users and decided to design a custom solution. This session will cover the various solutions that were evaluated, review lessons learned that were shared from other teams and projects, and discuss the design choices that the team made in hopes of improving on the concept. 

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About the presenters:

Nick Page, Mendoza College of Business, University of Notre Dame

Nick Page manages the Ed Tech team for the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame where he enjoys finding solutions to interesting problems. Previously at ND, he was an IT consultant and project manager. He has a BAA in Broadcast & Cinematic Arts from Central Michigan University and enjoys Minecraft similar to how most people at ND enjoy football.

Jim Spencer, Mendoza College of Business, University of Notre Dame

Jim Spencer is an educational technician at Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business. Before coming to Notre Dame in 2010, his professional experience in AV ranged from live sound and music, to HiFi and high end residential theater installations, to presentation technology in commercial and educational settings. Jim has been closely involved with design, installation, programming, interface design, maintenance, and end user support across a wide variety of classrooms and other technology spaces on campus. After joining the College of Business in 2013, Jim has been able to merge his expertise in classroom technology with his passion for the maker movement and emerging technologies like 3D printing. Outside of work, Jim is a board member at The MakerHive makerspace, helps organize a large 3D printing event called the Midwest RepRap Festival, and runs the technology for a rapidly growing public forum called Ignite Michiana. He has been interviewed by online 3D printing and maker publications multiple times, spoken to large groups about 3D printing, and even runs a small side business consulting and prototyping 3D printed parts.