0:12 - The ILC was built with students in mind.
0:15 - It's a real student first kind of building
0:17 - that's focused on their learning, how they learn best.
0:20 - The ILC has 2,000 seats for students.
0:23 - We have five team-based learning rooms
0:25 - that are for collaborative work, with multiple screens
0:27 - and cameras, so many beautiful spaces for students
0:30 - to be together or to hide out in a little nook somewhere.
0:35 - I'm so proud of the Integrative Learning Center and the place
0:37 - of journalism in the center.
0:39 - Journalism is in the digital era.
0:41 - News practices are changing.
0:42 - News culture is changing.
0:43 - The way we think, and read, and learn about the world around us
0:47 - is changing, and we need our students
0:49 - to be learning on the latest digital equipment
0:52 - and digital settings, and so that's what we have here.
0:55 - Again, we're talking short, 25 second stories, guys,
0:57 - so we don't bog down the newscast.
0:59 - This class right now is Broadcast Performance,
1:01 - and basically it teaches us the ins and the outs
1:04 - of performing on camera as well as being able to set up
1:07 - our own newscasts that are real stories that we're
1:10 - reporting on.
1:11 - Nothing's made up.
1:11 - One Dir-- It's a New Direction for Zayn.
1:15 - Little play on words there, huh?
1:17 - It's no longer One Direction.
1:18 - He's going in a new direction.
1:19 - Students learn the job from the ground up.
1:23 - They have to go out and shoot their own stories.
1:25 - They have to edit their own stories
1:26 - and write their stories, and they come here and learn
1:28 - how to put together a newscast.
1:30 - One day they're going to be an anchor,
1:31 - another day they're going to run camera,
1:33 - another they may be a floor director or the producer
1:35 - of a newscast, They'll run audio,
1:37 - they'll do all the different jobs in a studio.
1:40 - So Chris, you'll be on camera two.
1:43 - It's definitely really cool.
1:44 - I mean, when I saw this, I was like, wow.
1:46 - This actually looks like some of the news rooms
1:48 - I've visited for internships.
1:50 - It's a three shot.
1:52 - At the end--
1:53 - Greeley is from the University of Missouri,
1:55 - which is one of the premier broadcast
1:56 - programs in the country in journalism education
1:59 - and he is just the best.
2:02 - Now, I need you to stand by.
2:03 - We'll figure everything out as we go.
2:05 - I loving it here at UMass.
2:06 - This is a fantastic location, a great school.
2:10 - This department is really wonderful.
2:11 - It's a small department.
2:12 - It's very vibrant and energetic.
2:15 - It's also very nimble.
2:17 - We're moving quickly, and changing, and adapting,
2:20 - and everyone's got that can do spirit.
2:22 - So [? Mere, ?] go ahead and put the mic on here.
2:24 - I feel super grateful that we had this incredible space
2:27 - to work in now, and I'm in ILC all day every day.
2:31 - Hey, guys.
2:31 - The sound started going.
2:32 - Can you check on that?
2:33 - We've only been in this building for seven months now,
2:36 - and already our enrollments are growing.
2:37 - And we attribute that to the new digital facilities,
2:40 - and the beautiful building, and to new faculty
2:43 - hires who are attracting students to this program.
2:45 - Three, two, one.
2:49 - Teeny boppers around the globe are in mourning
2:51 - after One Direction member, Zayn Malik,
2:53 - announced his split from the group last week.
2:56 - We're training today's students for the jobs of tomorrow.
2:59 - The way the technology is evolving so quickly,
3:02 - they have to stay ahead of the curve,
3:04 - and that's what our facilities allow us to do.
3:06 - Our students are ready for whatever
3:08 - the job market may bring.