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Relatório de estágio na empresa Fashion Studio : identidade da empresa Fashion Studio

Santos, Tânia dos
Fonte: Universidade da Beira Interior Publicador: Universidade da Beira Interior
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado
Publicado em /06/2012 POR
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O presente relatório tem como seu principal objetivo dar a conhecer a experiência profissional da aluna Tânia dos Santos num estágio que teve lugar na agência Fashion Studio, entre o mês de Novembro de 2011 até Abril de 2012. Desde modo apresenta o percurso percorrido pela aluna, de forma a atender aos objetivos traçados por esta, pela sua orientadora na sua constituição e pela sua tutora na entidade de acolhimento, bem como todos os seus métodos e técnicas aprendidas e utilizadas durante a realização dos projetos a que foi submetida e as suas respetivas conclusões acerca de todo o estágio em geral e das suas avaliações ao longo deste percurso académico, profissional Ao longo de todo o relatório serão descritos todos os projetos onde a estagiária fez parte da equipa durante o seu plano de estágio, bem como todas as tarefas realizadas pela mesma, refletindo assim todos os conhecimentos adquiridos durante a sua formação académica e na sua primeira experiência profissional na área percebendo como foi a sua evolução ao longo destas distintas atividades. Através dos conteúdos escritos, pretende-se demonstrar quais os principais objetivos traçados inicialmente e a forma como a estagiária conseguiu cumprir esses mesmos planos e requisitos para que esta obtenha o Grau de Mestre em Branding e Design de Moda.

O home studio como ferramenta para o ensino da performance musical; The home studio as a tool for teaching musical performance

VIEIRA, Gabriel da Silva
Fonte: Universidade Federal de Goiás; BR; UFG; Mestrado em Música; Linguística, Letras e Artes Publicador: Universidade Federal de Goiás; BR; UFG; Mestrado em Música; Linguística, Letras e Artes
Tipo: Dissertação Formato: application/pdf
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The use of studios of recording of simple (or home-made) composition, the calls home studios, it has been growing significantly in Brazil due to the reduction in price of certain technological devices used in its context. For example, sound cards, microphones, monitors, mixes and hardware. The home studio is a music production environment that uses different technologies to design a music product, educational or sound. Its use has converged to the development of musical productions that have helped to promote different artists, or even tools used in its context. This work has the use of home-made composition in the teaching of musical performance as main point. It shows literature review, the structure of the home studio and the development of computer software to point suggestions to use homemade composition in the teaching of musical performance. This work converges to the musician (performer/teacher/student) to promote a discussion about the teaching of music with a computer and it indicates ways to use technological devices in teaching music. It concludes that the use of home studio in the teaching of music performance tends to be very productive and its environment can serve as a workstation that allows the music s teachers to try it on different forms of interaction with new technologies...

Assessment practices of applied music studio faculty in higher education

Dunford, Jeffrey
Fonte: Universidade de Indiana Publicador: Universidade de Indiana
Tipo: D. Mus.
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The purpose of this quantitative study was to understand the assessment practices of applied music studio faculty in higher education. Potential respondents (N = 19,723) were listed as applied music faculty in The College Music Society’s Directory of Music Faculties in Colleges and Universities, U.S. and Canada, 2012 – 2013 and were asked to participate in an online survey. Respondents who completed the survey comprised a response rate of 8.89% (N = 1,754), with 2,123 (10.76%) participants answering at least one question. While the response rate was low, comparisons between the proportion of respondents and potential respondents indicated a high degree of representativeness among the population categories. The findings of this study are grouped and discussed in two central themes: (a) assessment criteria and instruments actually used in the implementation, execution, recording, and reporting of the assessment practices of studio faculty, and (b) influences on assessment practices. Assessment criteria found to be used by respondents included both achievement and non-achievement criteria such as: (a) attendance and punctuality, (b) attitude (participation, effort, leadership, etc.), (c) written assessments, (d) performance assessments...

Familiarizing Visual Studio .Net Integrated Development Environment

Fonte: Escola de Pós-Graduação Naval Publicador: Escola de Pós-Graduação Naval
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This tutorial provides an overview animated tour of the Visual Studio .Net Integrated Development Environment (IDE) where Visual Basic .Net projects may be created and tested.

Complemento para la automatización de pruebas de aceptación para Visual Studio

González Gila, Noelia
Fonte: Universidade Carlos III de Madrid Publicador: Universidade Carlos III de Madrid
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/bachelorThesis; info:eu-repo/semantics/masterThesis Formato: application/octet-stream; application/octet-stream; application/pdf
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Un punto de partida común en todos los procesos de desarrollo de software es realizar un documento de especificación de requisitos, a partir del cual los programadores deben implementar la funcionalidad descrita. El problema aparece cuando el documento tiene ambigüedades, es incompleto, incomprensible o inconsistente, y los desarrolladores tienen que sobreentender o adaptar requisitos. Una solución a estos problemas es establecer una comunicación más estrecha con el cliente, realizando reuniones regulares en las que se detallen correctamente las pruebas de aceptación que ha de satisfacer la aplicación. No obstante, el cometido no termina ahí, ya que es necesario comprobar que el software supera las pruebas y, además, es necesario hacerlo muy a menudo, casi continuamente, lo cual resulta muy costoso. Fit (Framework for Integrated Test) proporciona un entorno en el cual se pueden definir, implementar y ejecutar pruebas de aceptación siguiendo un proceso sencillo. El principal objetivo del proyecto es incluir las pruebas Fit en Visual Studio para mejorar el proceso de creación y ejecución de pruebas de aceptación con una herramienta accesible y fácil de usar, que además permita agilizar la automatización de todas las pruebas. Según estudios realizados en la Universidad de Calgary (Canadá)...

Ateliê Acaia e Clínica Extensa: uma perspectiva psicanalítica na construção de um projeto institucional; Studio Acaia and Clinical Extensive: a psychoanalytic perspective in building an institutional project

Camargo, Ana Cristina de Araujo Cintra
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 15/05/2015 PT
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Esta tese é fruto de reflexões de 27 anos de prática como psicóloga e psicanalista, e faz especial referência ao trabalho que, desde fins de 1997, vem sendo desenvolvido no Ateliê Acaia, ONG que recebe no contraturno escolar, em várias oficinas, crianças, adolescentes e famílias de duas favelas e de um conjunto habitacional de baixa renda do entorno da Companhia de Entrepostos e Armazéns Gerais de São Paulo (Ceagesp). Trata-se de questões ligadas ao potencial da psicanálise, para além da clínica de consultório e dá continuidade às idéias apresentadas na dissertação de mestrado Clínica extensa: a psicanálise onde ela se faz necessária. No Ateliê Acaia, as atividades desenvolvidas em formas de ateliês/oficinas, a maneira como constituímos os grupos de trabalho e os modos de intervenção da equipe de educadores geraram um campo de conhecimento que, já há alguns anos, tem sido percebido como um modelo importante de troca e discussão e me estimularam a investigá-lo como organismo vivo e propulsor dessas estratégias. No âmbito da crescente favelização das grandes metrópoles, a ideia de tomar o Acaia como tema de tese ancorou-se, do meu ponto de vista, no interesse em pensá-lo como uma possível matriz de projetos e...

Living in Two Worlds: A Critical Ethnography of Academic and Proto-Professional Interactions in a Human-Computer Interaction Design Studio

Gray, Colin Michael
Fonte: [Bloomington, Ind.] : Indiana University Publicador: [Bloomington, Ind.] : Indiana University
Tipo: Doctoral Dissertation
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Thesis (Ph.D.) - Indiana University, School of Education, 2014; Studio pedagogy has been used broadly in traditional design disciplines for over a century, functioning as a signature pedagogy. This pedagogical approach is increasingly being adopted in non-traditional design disciplines, often without an understanding of why this pedagogy is effective from an instructional design perspective, or how its theoretical structures may function in disciplines outside of the design tradition. In this dissertation, I investigated a Master's program at a large Midwestern university in human-computer interaction (HCI), one of these emergent design disciplines, capturing the occurrence and underlying structures of communication as they emerged in informal dimensions of the pedagogy as experienced and enacted by students. To produce a critical ethnography of this site, I collected data as a participant observer for two academic semesters, compiling over 450 contact hours, thousands of photographs, hundreds of hours of audio, and 30 critical interviews that were semi-structured, focused on specific topic domains. Almost two-thirds of the contact hours were located in a non-classroom studio space, where I interacted with students as they worked and socialized. The remaining contact hours were spent in classroom observations during the second semester of data collection...

Iteration as a strategy for teaching architectural technologies in an architecture studio

Shannon, S.; Radford, A.
Fonte: University of Sydney Publicador: University of Sydney
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em //2010 EN
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The linking of architectural technologies and design is problematic in the education of architects. While students can understand how environment, building performance, structure, construction and building services interact and work in a particular building, they often find devising strategies and technologies for designs of their own to be difficult. In this article, we describe the learning outcomes and student responses to an experimental integrated building design studio that explored whether planned iteration would promote learning of these issues and technologies. By planned iteration we mean the programming of the explicit cycles in which the same issues and technologies are revisited several times in a way that recognizes and develops a student's increasing understanding. This positions design (in a broad sense) as a cyclical process of reflective practice, where the design situation and potential are only fully understood through the process of postulating and reflecting on design proposals. The design knowledge needed is only fully apparent once the process is underway. Results indicate that 'low-risk attempt followed by feedback' is an effective mode of learning. Such an approach has dangers of requiring unrealistic staff time in providing feedback; in this experimental studio most feedback was offered to groups rather than individuals.; Susan Shannon and Antony Radford

Rittermere Farm Craft Studio Fonds, 1951-2006

D'Arienzo, Joan
Fonte: Brock University Publicador: Brock University
Tipo: Outros
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During the 1950’s, the Rittenhouse family of Vineland in the Niagara Peninsula opened a craft store and studio. Within a short period of time, they realized that resources for the craft of rug hooking were in demand and they began to build their business around this niche. Edna Rittenhouse, the mother, was the wool dyer; Margaret Rowan, the daughter, was the pattern designer; Ted Rowan, the son-in-law, changed careers and became the manager of the family business. The 1960’s were a prosperous time, not only in the Niagara Peninsula, but also for the Rittenhouse business. Edna Rittenhouse had been hooking rugs for decades but she and her family worked at developing and sharing newer techniques with newer materials. Shading manuals were authored and published; students became teachers; creativity abounded in the demand for and the creation of new designs. Instead of using woolen yarn, they were using pure woolen fabric; instead of using a standard cutter, they began using a uniquely designed cutter; instead of using frames, they employed a table top method. The new material and technique resulted in a rug with a smooth, uniform texture and a soft nap. Since many crafters belonged to crafters guilds, Margaret and Ted Rowan began promoting the idea of a guild for rug hookers and in time the Ontario Hooking Craft Guild was also a reality. A joint project between Chatelaine magazine and the Rittermere studio for Canada’s centennial year of 1967 was extremely well received within the circle of hooking crafters and the Rittermere Farm Craft Studio became a North American landmark for crafters. From this point onward the studio had a large customer base not only in North America but also overseas. The studio remained popular until 1984 when Margaret and Ted Rowan decided to retire. The Rittermere name has been preserved in the name of Rittermere-Hurst-Field which is a similar business located in Aurora which is just north of Toronto.; This archive is comprised of material relating to the craft of rug hooking and the Rittenhouse family’s involvement in the craft. The Rittenhouse family ran a successful business known as the Rittermere Farm Craft Studio as well as being the driving force behind the formation of the Ontario Hooking Craft Guild. Edna Rittenhouse was a lifelong crafter and her daughter and son-in-law worked with her to develop new materials and techniques for the craft. Design creation was also one of their specialties.

Cabinet Card of Young African Canadian by The Dominion Photo Studio, Toronto [n.d.]

The Dominion Photo Studio
Fonte: Brock University Publicador: Brock University
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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This unidentified African Canadian man is photographed at the Dominion Photo Studio, located at 388 Queen St. West in Toronto. The photographer's name is not known. No date is provided, however, the Dominion Studio is listed as operating from 1893-1894. The reverse of the card displays the Dominion Photo Studio stamp in gold lettering (image also attached). The gentleman in this cabinet card is possibly a relative of the Sloman - Bell family, who settled in the London and St. Catharines areas of Ontario. This cabinet card was among the family memorabilia in the possession of Iris Sloman Bell, of St. Catharines. Relatives of the Sloman - Bell family include former African American slaves who came to Canada.The Dominion Portait Co. is listed as operating from 1893-1894 in Toronto. There is an additional listing for the Dominion Portrait Co. (Gourlay and Clark props.) for 1894. Source: Phillips, Glen C. The Ontario photographers list (1851-1900). Sarnia: Iron Gate Publishing Co., 1990. "Cabinet card photographs were first introduced in 1866. They were initially employed for landscapes rather than portraitures. Cabinet cards replaced Carte de visite photographs as the popular mode of photography. Cabinet cards became the standard for photographic portraits in 1870. Cabinet cards experienced their peak in popularity in the 1880's. Cabinet cards were still being produced in the United States until the early 1900's and continued to be produced in Europe even longer. The best way to describe a cabinet card is that it is a thin photograph that is mounted on a card that measures 4 1/4″ by 6 1/2″. Cabinet cards frequently have artistic logos and information on the bottom or the reverse of the card which advertised the photographer or the photography studio's services." Source: http://cabinetcardgallery.wordpress.com/category/cabinet-card-history/

GERRIT DOU’S VIOLIN PLAYER: MUSIC AND PAINTING IN THE ARTIST’S STUDIO IN SEVENTEENTH-CENTURY DUTCH GENRE PAINTING

Finkel, JANA
Fonte: Quens University Publicador: Quens University
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: 13963211 bytes; application/pdf
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This study is an examination of Gerrit Dou’s Violin Player (1653, Liechtenstein, Vaduz Castle, Princely Collection). The painting is a visual testimony to Dou’s manual skills and trompe l’oeil manner of painting in his own innovative fijnschilder painting style. The composition incorporates and reinvents devices from a variety of sources from portraiture, genre painting, and emblem literature, such as the arched niche window framing the violinist. The work demonstrates the connection between music and painting in the relationship between the violinist and the background setting of an artist’s workshop. Through an iconographic analysis of works depicting the artist in the studio by Dou and his contemporaries the correlation between music playing and painting becomes evident. In this context, this relationship acts as an important device in fashioning the painter’s image as an elevated and scholarly artist and brings to light the power of music as a mode of inspiration for the painter in the studio. Additionally, tobacco smoking, which appears in many seventeenth-century Dutch self-portraits, in the context of the studio, was also perceived as an inspirational tool for the artist, thus contrasting with smoking in genre scenes of the lower classes as a symbol of waste and idleness. The work...

Le studio d’enregistrement comme lieu d’expérimentation, outil créatif et vecteur d’internationalisation : Stonetree Records et la paranda garifuna en Amérique centrale

Barnat, Ons
Fonte: Université de Montréal Publicador: Université de Montréal
Tipo: Thèse ou Mémoire numérique / Electronic Thesis or Dissertation
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Genre né de la rencontre (imposée par l’exil) au XIXe siècle entre les Garinagu et des populations hispaniques centraméricaines, la paranda connaît aujourd’hui un regain d’intérêt chez les acteurs de la production discographique garifuna. Depuis son apparition dans les studios d’enregistrement, elle a évolué vers une forme modernisée, faisant appel à des instruments électriques et des procédés de traitement du son caractéristiques des musiques « populaires ». Devenue en 2000 (avec la compilation Paranda; Africa in Central America, produite par Ivan Duran et distribuée par Warner/Elektra) une « musique du monde » sur le marché discographique international, cette nouvelle forme de paranda connaît un succès conséquent dans les palmarès de world music – popularité qui se déploie après coup chez les Garinagu centraméricains, qui redécouvrent un genre jusqu’alors quasiment disparu dans sa version villageoise. À partir de l’exemple de la « récupération », à des fins commerciales, d’un genre musical « traditionnel » par un label indépendant centraméricain, cette thèse montre comment un producteur de world music a su se servir du studio d’enregistrement comme d’un outil créatif susceptible de lui ouvrir les portes de l’internationalisation. Utilisant le studio comme laboratoire expérimental...

Relatório de estágio na empresa Fashion Studio : identidade da empresa Fashion Studio

Santos, Tânia dos
Fonte: Universidade da Beira Interior Publicador: Universidade da Beira Interior
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado
Publicado em /06/2012 POR
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O presente relatório tem como seu principal objetivo dar a conhecer a experiência profissional da aluna Tânia dos Santos num estágio que teve lugar na agência Fashion Studio, entre o mês de Novembro de 2011 até Abril de 2012. Desde modo apresenta o percurso percorrido pela aluna, de forma a atender aos objetivos traçados por esta, pela sua orientadora na sua constituição e pela sua tutora na entidade de acolhimento, bem como todos os seus métodos e técnicas aprendidas e utilizadas durante a realização dos projetos a que foi submetida e as suas respetivas conclusões acerca de todo o estágio em geral e das suas avaliações ao longo deste percurso académico, profissional Ao longo de todo o relatório serão descritos todos os projetos onde a estagiária fez parte da equipa durante o seu plano de estágio, bem como todas as tarefas realizadas pela mesma, refletindo assim todos os conhecimentos adquiridos durante a sua formação académica e na sua primeira experiência profissional na área percebendo como foi a sua evolução ao longo destas distintas atividades. Através dos conteúdos escritos, pretende-se demonstrar quais os principais objetivos traçados inicialmente e a forma como a estagiária conseguiu cumprir esses mesmos planos e requisitos para que esta obtenha o Grau de Mestre em Branding e Design de Moda.

Material docent interactiu elaborat amb Camtasia Studio : l'exemple dels estudis de comunicació de la UAB

Ribes Guàrdia, Francesc Xavier; Bonet Bagant, Montse; Guimerà i Orts, Josep Àngel; Fernández Quijada, David; Martínez García, Luisa del Carmen
Fonte: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona Publicador: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/conferenceObject; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em //2008 CAT
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La comunicació exposa els resultats de la primera fase d’un projecte que els autors estan duent a terme a la Facultat de Ciències de la Comunicació de la Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. La recerca, de naturalesa exploratòria, comença amb el disseny i elaboració d’un exemple de material digital de suport a la docència amb el programa informàtic Camtasia Studio, que és sotmès a testeig per part d’una mostra de docents i discents d’aquests estudis. Aquesta primera fase és la que amb detall s’explica en aquesta comunicació. El projecte global, que seguirà desenvolupant-se a partir dels primers resultats obtinguts, vol dissenyar i elaborar un protocol d’actuació d’ús de les TIC (Tecnologies de la Informació i la Comunicació) aplicades a la docència. Es tracta d’un protocol d’ús transdisciplinar (ha de resultar útil per a qualsevol docent) i multiplataforma que ha de permetre que cada professor elabori el material docent multimèdia de suport (de reforç, autoaprenentatge, avaluació, etc.), que inclourà tant la guia tecnològica com la pedagògica fonamentals. Igualment, no es descarta la possibilitat de crear un repositori d’aquest tipus de material de suport.; This paper shows the results of an early-stage project which authors are currently carrying out at the Faculty of Communication Sciences (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona). This exploratory research starts with the design and production of a digital content sample made with Camtasia Studio software for supporting learning process. The content has been tested by a group of teachers and a group of students. The global project is expected to design and produce an ICT application protocol to be applied to learning process. It would be a transdisciplinary and multiplattform application protocol which should allow any teacher to produce his/her own multimedia learning content. The application protocol should include both basic technological and pedagogical guidelines. Authors are also considering the possibility to create a virtual store of this kind of content.

Studio 86: Gannett Project: Visionaries in Motion V

Studio 86
Fonte: Rochester Institute of Technology Publicador: Rochester Institute of Technology
Tipo: Podcast
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Studio 86 presents in-depth discussions with RIT newsmakers. In this episode, Mary Lynn Broe, the Caroline Werner Gannett Professor and Gannett Project coordinator, discusses this year's series with Studio 86 host Mike Saffran.

Studio 86: 'On the Road': Imagine RIT 2010

Studio 86
Fonte: Rochester Institute of Technology Publicador: Rochester Institute of Technology
Tipo: Podcast
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Volume 1: Studio 86 presents in-depth discussions with RIT newsmakers. This episode, recorded live at the 2010 Imagine RIT Festival, features Jon Schull, director of RIT's Center for Student Innovation, with Mike Saffran and Will Dube of RIT University News. Volume 2: Studio 86 presents in-depth discussions with RIT newsmakers. This episode, recorded live at the 2010 Imagine RIT Festival, features RIT President Bill Destler, with Mike Saffran and Will Dube of RIT University News. Volume3: Studio 86 presents in-depth discussions with RIT newsmakers. This episode, recorded live at the 2010 Imagine RIT Festival, features Festival Chairman Barry Culhane, with Mike Saffran and Vienna Carvalho of RIT University News.

Studio 86: Gannett Project: Visionaries in Motion IV

Studio 86
Fonte: Rochester institute of Technology Publicador: Rochester institute of Technology
Tipo: Podcast
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Studio 86 presents in-depth discussions with RIT newsmakers. In this episode, Mary Lynn Broe, the Caroline Werner Gannett Professor and Gannett Project coordinator, discusses this year's series with Will Dube and Studio 86 host Mike Saffran.

Studio 86: 'On the Road': Men's and Women's Hockey

Studio 86
Fonte: Rochester Institute of Technology Publicador: Rochester Institute of Technology
Tipo: Podcast
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Studio 86 presents in-depth discussions with RIT newsmakers. This episode features men's hockey head coach Wayne Wilson with co-sports information director Joe Venniro and Studio 86 host Mike Saffran - plus, a preview of women's hockey.

Studio 86: One-on-One with Reporter's Editor in Chief

Studio 86
Fonte: Rochester Institute of Technology Publicador: Rochester Institute of Technology
Tipo: Podcast
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Studio 86 presents in-depth discussions with RIT newsmakers. In this episode, Madeleine Villavicencio, editor in chief of Reporter, RIT's student-published weekly newsmagazine, discusses the publication, student journalism in the digital age, RIT's branding initiative and her background and post-graduation plans with Studio 86 host Mike Saffran.

Studio 86: Tigers Hockey - Calling the Action

Studio 86
Fonte: Rochester Institute of Technology Publicador: Rochester Institute of Technology
Tipo: Abstract
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Volume 1: Studio 86 presents in-depth discussions with RIT newsmakers. In part one, RIT men's hockey radio play-by-play "voices" Ed Trefzger, Chris Lerch and Scott Biggar discuss with Studio 86 host Mike Saffran how far RIT hockey has come nationally and on campus, plans for a new arena and more. Volume 2: Studio 86 presents in-depth discussions with RIT newsmakers. In part two, RIT men's hockey radio play-by-play "voices" Ed Trefzger, Chris Lerch and Scott Biggar talk with Studio 86 host Mike Saffran about their hockey backgrounds and favorite arenas, and they relive last year's run to the Frozen Four.