The Digital Media Center, located downstairs from the Learning Commons, is open to students and faculty this fall. We offer recording and editing facilities to support most educational media projects with no experience required.
The DMC operates on an open lab model that makes our facilities available whenever the library is open. But the DMC offers more than equipment and software. Our trained staff have a passion for media production and empowering others to look and sound their best. If you need help getting started, make sure to come by during posted DMC Staff Hours.
We’re eager to consult on your next project or assignment, at any stage of the process. Not sure how you might use the Digital Media Center?
- Dr. Kyle Dickson
Adams Center for Teaching and Learning
The center itself offers three types of spaces both by appointment and for walk-in use.
- Recording Booths for recording basic podcasts, practice speeches, and one-on-one interviews;
- Group Recording Room for interviews or group presentations with more than two participants;
- Editing Workstations for audio and video editing and media screening, individually or in small groups.
Our open lab provides equipment for everything from simple podcast creation to digitizing a range of media types.
We also partner with the CopyCat in the Learning Commons to provide audio and video equipment to all students, faculty, and staff for check out. See the CopyCat website for hours and a list of available equipment.