The Broadcast Center studio is located in the Lewis Library building on the corner of Washington Road and Ivy Lane. The Center is equipped to handle all audio and video production needs, including: on-camera television and radio interviews, blue and green screen technology, editing, and much more. The Broadcast Center also provides on-location video production for events on campus, Public Lectures, Opening Exercises, and Commencement.
Computational Science and Engineering Support
The Computational Science and Engineering Support (CSES) group provides hardware, software, and services to enable researchers to use computational modeling, simulation, and analysis to accelerate scientific discovery. These services are provided in very close collaboration with the Princeton Institute for Computational Science and Engineering.
Educational Technologies Center
The Educational Technologies Center provides support for the purposeful use of technology in teaching, learning and research. From specialized software and hardware, to consultation and training, ETC provides members of the academic community with the tools and information they need to use technology to achieve their goals. ETC hosts several talk series, targeted blogs, and provides one-on-one consultations for faculty members and staff, and includes the New Media Center and Humanities Resource Center.
Media Services provides audio-visual support for Princeton classes and University events. It maintains A/V and computing equipment in selected lecture halls, classrooms, and seminar rooms, provides portable equipment in other locations, and provides operators for equipment. Media Services also provides audio editing and duplication services, and provides equipment and services for creation and duplication of audio and video tapes.
Programming and Database Services
Web Development Services
Web Development Services provides comprehensive website design, development, project management, information architecture, and technical support for departments and programs, using the following platforms: Roxen, the University's support web content management system, WordPress blogs, and various mobile web technologies.