On this page you can watch recordings of our sessions. We often have live sessions where we explain or show a tool, a technique or a concept. Sometimes they are recorded and you can watch them here. A lot of them are in English, you are also welcome to write us tips on a session you would like to see.
Här kan du se våra sessioner i efterhand. Vi har ibland live sessioner där vi förklarar eller visar upp ett verktyg, en teknik eller nått begrepp. Ibland spelas de in och dessa kan du se här. Många av dem är på engelska, men vi tar gärna emot tips och åsikter om du exempelvis vill se en viss session på svenska.
Have you ever wondered about how to use the equipment available to MAU students?
This miniseries of tutorials will help you get started with borrowing equipment and using it for your university projects.
Let Gabriel show you the secrets of our Canon cameras. In this video you will learn how to book and choose the best settings for your recordings.
For most projects in which there is a camera, you will need a tripod (stativ, på svenska). Here you’ll find info on how to use it and how to book one.
What is the best way to record your audio?
Dictaphones are useful for recording interviews, perhaps you need one for your final exam, or maybe you just want to try it ou… in any case, here is some useful info!
Two digimentors guide you through the making of your very own portfolio. Which tools are the best for you? How do you even start with assembling and showcasing your best work? Discover the answers given by other students at K3, the School of Arts and Communication.
Here is the recorded workshop on how to make a game in the free tool Scratch. For more information about Scratch you can check out our Link library where we have a collection of good videos and tips on how to use the software!
Here is a recorded workshop that will take you through the design process and discuss what to think about when making a logo. If you wan’t to know more about the tools and software that are discussed in this workshop, please check out our Link library for a good variety of videos and tips on how to get started!
This workshop is a follow up on the last game workshop. We are using another free tool called the wickeditor. You don’t need an account, you can just go to their website and try it out: wickeditor.com. In the workshop you will learn some basic tools and functions in the wick editor. And some animations and a simple game making.