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Digital Media and Innovation Lab


The Digital Media and Innovation Lab (DMIL) in Ellis Library provides innovative technology and resources for your educational and creative projects.

The DMIL has recording booths, 3D scanners, art tablets, and VR goggles in room 156. It has a film studio in room 3E21. This space is complemented by the Information Commons computer labs and equipment checkout at the circulation desk. These resources are available to students for class or personal projects. Make a reservation for DMIL resources by using the links at the bottom of each resource or come visit the lab in Ellis Room 156.

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map of first and third floors, labelled to show the parts of the Digital Media Commons


Service Level Agreement (SLA)

Lab resources are available to students by appointment only. Once the project proposal is approved, staff may request setting up a consultation. During consultation, lab-staff will provide a basic overview of the resources (hardware and/or software) and expectations for use of the lab. While lab staff can assist with setup and orientation, students will be expected to plan and execute their project on their own. Students are responsible for their projects and project outcomes.


DMiL: Click this link to make a reservation for resources in the DMiL, room 156. Walk-ins welcome!

Film Studio: Click this link to make a reservation for the Film Studio. Reservations must be made at least 3 hours in advance in order to be approved. You will meet with DMiL staff in Room 156 in Ellis Library before going to 3E21.


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