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Drop into the TLC Lab to access one of its four Mac workstations, laser printer or flatbed scanner. The computers run the latest Mac OS and run the latest editions of the Adobe Creative Cloud software, Microsoft Office, Final Cut X editing suite and iWorks (includes Keynote, Pages and Numbers). Laptops may also be brought in.

TLC Editing Station

An audio/video editing suite provides an accessible editing workstation for faculty to add media rich content to their online or face to face curriculum in Moodle, the Blogs, the Wiki or other platforms. The station may also be booked by faculty after TLC office hours. Faculty will need to bring in their own hard drive storage for their video or audio files.

Editing Software
Record and edit your productions using software tools like,



  • Access to the online library for learning these systems through video tutorials.
  • The TLC will be offering workshops throughout the semester for faculty on how to create audio or video recordings of their lectures and upload them to their course.

Focusrite Scarlett 2i2

As a part of the video editing suite, Faculty can record their next lecture or a podcast to upload online using the Focusrite Scarlett 2i2. The Scarlett has two preamps that produce professional quality sound for especially when combined with a good quality microphone from Emily Carr’s AV department. Scarlett 2i2 – User Guide.pdf (1.0)

Microphone – Shure WH20

wh 20 microphone

Ideal for recording your next audio lecture or adding audio to your powerpoint lectures, the Shure WH20 is a rugged, lightweight, dynamic headset microphone that provides high-quality voice pickup. The cardioid (unidirectional) pickup pattern provides greater gain-before-feedback and isolation from ambient noise and other unwanted sound sources. A carefully shaped frequency response includes a voice-frequency presence peak and a low-frequency roll-off to compensate for the proximity effect inherent in cardioid mics during close-talk operation. See more information at

Studio Monitors

The PM0.3 is the Fostex’s first 3″ 2-way powered monitor speaker system. – See more at:

Logiix USB 3.0 Multi Reader

Logiix USB 3.0 Multi Reader

The Logiix USB 3.0 Multi Reader is a super speed card reader and writer. Backward compatible to USB 2.0/1.1, this device supports high speed data transfer from SD, SDHC, Micro SD*, Mini SD*, T-Flash*, Compact Flas, MultiMedia Card, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, Memory Stick Duo*, Memory Stick Pro Duo*, Rs MMC*, Smart Media and more. *Card Adapter Required

Please contact the Teaching and Learning Centre to arrange a booking time for the editing suite.

iPad docking station

Charge up your phone or iPad with the iPhone/iPad charger at the same time.


Apple TV is a digital media receiver developed and sold by Apple Inc.
It is a small network appliance designed to play digital content originating from any Mac OS X or Windows computer running iTunes onto an enhanced-definition or high-definition widescreen television. With AirPlay, it’s simple to play content from your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch on your TV. Setting up Apple TV takes almost no time at all. Just plug the power cord into the wall and connect Apple TV to your widescreen TV using an HDMI cable . Since everything streams wirelessly to Apple TV using your Wi-Fi network, that’s all you need. You can download the Remote app, so that you control iTunes and Apple TV using your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch over your Wi-Fi network. Faculty can send an email to requesting the use of the Apple TV for up to a week for their classes or research purposes.

An Apple iPad Learning Lab is available through the Emily Carr University Library. Each lab includes 20 iPad devices and a sturdy and secure mobile cart Students will be able to sign out an iPad 2 as an eReader for up to a week’s time through the library. Faculty should consider how they may want to use the Cart and iPads in the classroom and submit proposals to the Teaching and Learning Centre at Apple iOS Learning Solutions Download PDF

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