The Digitorium 

The Carson City Library Digitorium is a designated space to help improve the digital media production and online literacy skills of teens (14-17 years of age), Carson High School (CHS) Freshman Students, and Carson City School District (CCSD) teachers and classes.  Teens can use the Digitorium to study, work on group projects, or simply hang out with friends.
The Digitorium is open for students after school Monday through Thursday, with extended hours during freshman PSA and senior project time periods. A Premiere card is required to use Digitorium equipment. If you don’t have a card, or don’t know if you have a card, just ask staff at the Digitorium Desk. If you are not sure how to use equipment, we can help with that too.
Come explore the ways Carson City Library can help students, their families, and CCSD educators with essential library services and resources! 

Digitorium Hours (Updated 8/15/19)

Regular Hours

Monday-Thursday: 2:30-6:00 pm
Friday-Sunday: CLOSED


Extended Hours, October 14-November 14

Monday-Tuesday: 2:30-6:00 pm
Wednesday-Thursday: 2:30-8:00 pm
Friday-Sunday: CLOSED


Early Release Hours

Mondays: 1:30-6:00 pm
September 9, 16, 23 | October 7, 14 | January 13, 27
February 24 | March 2, 30 | May 4, 11

What is inside the Digitorium?

  • High Speed Internet and Wi-FI
  • Mac Book Pro Computers with iMovie, Garageband, Microsoft Office, Adobe Premiere Elements and Photoshop Elements
  • Chromebooks
  • Smart TVs
  • Cameras
  • Projector
  • Green Screen
  • Microphones
  • Sound Booth
  • Board Games
  • PS3
  • Xbox

Function of the Digitorium

The Digitorium is reserved for priority use by CHS students, teachers, and classes. A Carson City Premiere Library Card is required to use all Digitorium equipment.

Freshman Transitions Public Service Announcement (PSA) Project

During the first quarter of freshman year, students are required to create a Public Service Announcement (PSA) project for their Freshman Transitions Class.

A PSA is a short informational video used to persuade an audience to take a specific action or adopt a particular viewpoint on a cause or social issue. Below is an example of a winning student PSA.