SIMS is now accepting applications for Student Support & Training Specialists for the upcoming fall semester, with the option to begin work over the summer. This opportunity is available to all Brandeis students. Applications can be submitted online by logging into Workday and browsing to Careers --> Find Jobs for Students.
Overview of Services in Spring 2021
Facilities are available for in-person use during the following hours and student staff will be on-site to assist (both in-person and remotely) during these times. This semester reservations will be required to use any and all of our lab workstations, studios, and equipment. We recommend making reservations in advance through the forms on our website, though walk-in reservations may also be possible depending upon the day's traffic. Both in-person and remote consultations may also be scheduled. Remote access to some resources is possible. General inquiries may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Faculty interested in instructional sessions on media production may reach out directly to Mark Dellelo.
For more information on Library hours and services during the fall semester, please visit our remote resources page.
As part of the Brandeis Library, Sound & Image Media Studios (SIMS) provides all members of the community with training and support for project work in video production, audio production, digital photography, graphic design and animation. We are located on Farber Level 3 and our area comprises four creative spaces: a media classroom, a collaborative editing lab, a Video/Photo Studio, and a Sound Studio.
Our student staff provides general support and troubleshooting on a walk-in basis, as well as in-depth consultation and tutoring by appointment. Brandeis community members are welcome to request training sessions or one-one-one tutorials on the production equipment we have available for loan and on the editing/design software available for use on our computers.
Each semester we also provide instructional sessions for academic courses across a wide variety of disciplines to support projects such as short documentaries, interviews, podcasts, video essays or skits. Please contact Mark Dellelo, the Director of SIMS, if you are a faculty member with an idea for a class media project.
Workshops and Events
We periodically hold events and workshops that you can sign up to attend using the calendar below. If you are unable to attend a scheduled workshop, you can always request help by appointment by completing one of our forms.