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Book The Studio Today!

Nov 09, 2015 - Comments: 2 - Tags:
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The Studio is now open for bookings at the Courtice Branch!

This high-powered digital media lab is equipped with a DSLR camera, green screen, and computers with advanced editing software.

What will you create in this awesome space? Book The Studio today and find out!


  • Nikon D5500 DSLR camera with 18-55 VR II lens and tripod;
  • Rode Videomic Go camera microphone;
  • Two uLite 85W flourescent lamps with 20" soft boxes and 6' stands;
  • Blue Yeti USB microphone;
  • Two Sennheiser HD Pro over-ear sound isolating headphones;
  • Three-walled green screen.


  • Adobe Audition;
  • Adobe Captivate;
  • Adobe Dreamweaver;
  • Adobe Flash Pro;
  • Adobe Photoshop;
  • Adobe Premiere Elements;
  • Adobe Presenter;
  • Audacity;
  • GIMP.

Guidelines for Use:
Please read the complete Studio User Guidelines.

Highlights include:

  • Studio reservations are for a maximum of 2 hours and are otherwise a first come, first served basis
  • Maximum of 4 people in the room at any given time
  • Primary member booking, or using the space, must leave their Library card and photo identification with Library staff
  • Primary member is responsible for damaged equipment
  • The Studio is open to Clarington Public Library members 14 years of age and older. Those under 14 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times.

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May 27, 2015 - Comments: 4
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Library Recognized as a Diversity and Immigration Champion

Apr 30, 2015 - Comments: 1
Diversity and Immigration Champion awards.

Clarington Public Library was proud to be recognized by the Local Diversity and Immigration Partnership Council as a Diversity and Immigration Champion.

Regional Councillor Lorne Coe attended the April 29, 2015 Library Board meeting as a special guest to present the certificates, recognizing the Library as a leader in diversity and inclusion, contributing to a stronger, more inclusive Durham community. The Library supports the Diversity and Immigration Community Plan, and is committed to continue embracing the principles of diversity and inclusion.

Thank you to the Local Diversity and Immigration Partnership Council and Regional Councillor Lorne Coe for this honour.

In the photograph are Clarington Public Library Board Vice-Chair Judy Hagerman, Regional Councillor Lorne Coe, and Library Director Linda Kent. For more photos, please see our Flickr album.



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