Posts Tagged 'Digital Media'

Digital Media Lab Offers New Spaces

The Digital Media Lab, located on the 3rd floor of  Clemons Library, now offers new Audio/Video Studio spaces and an expanded media creation environment.  Over the past several years the DML has been converting spaces for advanced media production, including:

  • Two sound booths designed for both vocal and musical recording with live mixing and multi-channel recording capabilities.  Each booth is equipped with professional condenser microphones.
  • MIDI music composition system
  • 5.1 surround sound audio/video editing
  • Fully equipped video studio with high definition camera, teleprompter, panel-controlled lighting, live PA system, multiple audio inputs with wired lavalier microphones, and an interchangeable backdrop system.

The DML invites you to visit them in Clemons Library and experience how they are expanding the ways you can create and produce media for your academic and scholarly endeavors.

Digital Media Lab Short Courses

The Spring 2010 DML Short Course schedule has been posted! View now.

The Digital Media Lab in Clemons Library is offering 2-hour courses in everything from video editing to sound design to animation.  Learn how to use software like iMovie, Photoshop, and InDesign — or improve your existing skills.  Courses are available to faculty, staff, and students.

The short courses will take place during the evening from March 15 – 26 (the two weeks following Spring Recess).   View the schedule to see the course listings and reserve a seat!  Please do not sign up unless you are committed to attending.

Please direct any questions to Alexa Miller (alm8h@virginia.edu), the short course coordinator for Spring 2010.

Digital Media Lab Short Courses

This is an announcement that the Digital Media Lab Short Courses are now available online.  The Digital Media Lab is located in Clemons Library.  These courses teach a variety of topics in digital media, including using animation tools, sound files, still images, video, and web page manipulation.  The courses are free to students, faculty and staff.  This is a great resource for all University personnel.  So if you are interested please sign up online at:

http://hitchcock.itc.virginia.edu/dml_sc_reg

For more information contact Will Rourk in the DML at 434-243-6300 or E-mail will@virginia.edu


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