Rethinking the One Button Studio: An Alternative Solution

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Sarah McCorkle
Jesse Strycker


This design case focuses on the development of an alternative to Penn State’s One Button Studio, but with a do-it-yourself mentality and a substantially smaller budget. The development of our one button video kiosk began as a class project but is part of a larger design-based research project. Video production is not something that all faculty, staff, or students are comfortable with. Our one button video kiosk is intended to minimize barriers and concerns with such productions by helping users produce video content as quickly and easily as possible. The case focuses on the design, development, and initial testing of the kiosk. By freely sharing these details, it is the hope of the authors that readers will join the conversation by sharing their revisions or new designs for such kiosks or alternative solutions.


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McCorkle, S., & Strycker, J. (2021). Rethinking the One Button Studio: An Alternative Solution. International Journal of Designs for Learning, 12(3), 21–30.
Author Biographies

Sarah McCorkle, Texas A&M University

Sarah McCorkle is a clinical assistant professor of Learning Design & Technology and director of instructional design for distance education in the Department of Educational Psychology of the College of Education & Human Development at Texas A&M University. Her research interests include Faculty Development, DIY Educational Technology Solutions, and Distance Teaching and Learning.

Jesse Strycker, Ohio University

Jesse Strycker is an assistant professor of Innovative Learning Design & Technology in the Educational Studies department of the Gladys W. and David H. Patton College of Education at Ohio University. His research interests include Technology Integration, Virtual Learning Environments, and Innovative Pedagogies and Pedagogical Support Spaces.