Inspired by the book, "Student-Created Media: Designing Research, Learning, and Skill-Building Experiences (ALA Editions, 2022), this poster showcases several student-created media projects at the University of Minnesota. This poster will demonstrate the significant impact of how students benefit from project-based learning regarding subject knowledge acquisition, research and media literacy skill-set development. In addition, this poster describes how libraries can play a crucial role in supporting these projects through research, technical, and compositional support as well as providing access to equipment, software, media capture spaces, and direct creation support vital to the process. Case study coverage spans various media types, from documentary-style videos to personal narrative digital stories, from solutions-oriented videos to alternative modes, such as podcasts, StoryMaps, and student-created Virtual Realty experiences. This poster also describes the importance of making student work visible through multiple communication channels, including online galleries, newsletter articles showcasing collaborations between the library and courses, and library-based exhibitions of student work. Finally, this poster discusses the critical importance of scholarship in student-created media and library-based support to optimize this potential collectively.