Digital Media Lab

D. H. Hill Library

  • First Floor
Room: 1133

The Digital Media Lab (DML) has workstations with audiovisual editing software, four reservable music booths, and a reservable studio space with a green screen which also contains equipment for VHS and DV transfer, audio production, and slide scanning. The DML also has flatbed, document, and microform scanners. Student media technicians are available for drop-in consultations from 4-8 p.m., Sunday-Friday. Two kiosks with access to lynda.com are available for patrons to learn how to use a variety of software programs via online video tutorials. Workshops that teach how to use the spaces, equipment, and software contained in the DML and occur regularly during fall and spring semesters.

Directions

Enter the D. H. Hill Library from the Brickyard. Take the main stairs or elevator to the first floor lobby. Turn right to enter the Learning Commons. Continue straight until the carpet ends. Turn left down the short hallway. The Digitial Media Lab is on the right.

Reservation Information

The Digital Media Lab has unity workstations as well as reservable workstations, a reservable green screen / media production studio, and reservable music booths.