Information Technologies

Digital Media Services

Welcome to Digital Media Services!

Digital Media Services supports faculty, staff, and students in all disciplines who use digital media production for teaching and learning.  

  • We work with faculty across campus to help match appropriate digital media technologies and production processes with their teaching goals. 
  • We provide digital media tutoring services for students in the Digital Media Lab 121 and Multimedia Studio.
  • We offer workshops and other media-related activities accross campus.
  • We offer a library of tutorials on most of our digital media software applications.
  • We manage digital media hardware, software, and equipment. 

Need Help Designing a Media-Related Assignment?
We can consult with you on designing digital media activities for your courses using UW Bothell media resources.  We can also provide custom hand-outs for specific media processes, and other resources to help your students succeed.  Contact Ian Porter via it@uwb.edu

Need Some Equipment to Make Media?
Our IT Helpdesk manages and circulates audio, video, and photography equipment for students, faculty, and staff.  Stop by the IT Helpdesk on the 2nd floor of the Library, or contact us at IT@uwb.edu 


Need a Place to Edit Your Digital Productions?
We have two locations that are ideal for working on post-production. The Multimedia Studio and the Digital Media Lab 121

 

Digital Media Editing Spaces

The Multimedia Studio (MMS) is located on the second floor of the Library LB2-216. It has eleven iMac computers with a variety of post-production software including Final Cut Pro, Pro Tools, Adobe Creative Suite 4, and more. Students and Faculty can reserve time in this lab for three hour blocks Monday through Thursday 9:00am-9:00pm, Friday 9:00am – 4:00pm and Saturdays 11:00am – 4:00pm.  

The Digital Media Lab 121  (DML 121) is located in UW2 121. It serves as a teaching, tutoring, and open lab space.  The DML 121 has twenty-four iMac computers with a variety of post-production software including Final Cut Pro, Pro Tools, Adobe Creative Suite 4, and more. The DML 121 is generally open during all building hours, however there are courses and other activities scheduled in that room each quarter so it is advised that people check the DML 121 calendar to make sure the room is available.  During tutoring hours we have tutors on site to assist students, faculty, and staff with digital media tools.  

Tutorials, Hand-Outs, Links to Learning Resources:

Audacity
External Drives
File Conversion
Final Cut Pro
Garageband
iDVD
iMovie

Olympus DS-40 Audio Recorders
Photoshop
Photo Story (Jake's Online)
Pro Tools (coming soon)
Soundtrack Pro

More Tutorials from the Multimedia Studio
More Tutorials from the Catalyst Help Center