The Digital Media Lab in Ellis Library has a recording booth; a 3D scanner (Structure Sensor); art tablets; and VR goggles (Google Box). These resources are available to students, by appointment, for educational purposes. Students can request an appointment to use these resources using the links at the bottom of each resource.
The University Libraries Digital Media Commons is a combination of areas in Ellis that support creating and using multimedia for your projects, education, and creativity. The area includes two computer labs located in the Information Commons, equipment checkout at the circulation desk, a digital media lab, and a film studio.
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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 software) and expectations for use of the lab. Students will be expected to learn skills beyond the basics on their own with some guidance from staff. 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.
Students: To submit a request for an Appointment, click this link. Appointments must be made at least 3 hours in advance.
You will always meet with Digital Media Lab staff in Ellis Library, Room 153. If you reserve time to use the film studio, you will meet in 153 before heading up to 3E21.