Digital Media Services offers tutoring in media production software, in-class media production workshops, and online tutorial services for students, staff and faculty.
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Digital Media Labs at UWB:
The Digital Media Lab (UW2-121)
The Digital Media Lab, also known as the DML (located in UW2-121) is equipped with 24 iMac stations that contain professional level, Apple-platform, digital media editing software as well as simpler digital media making applications. The room is intended for both classroom instruction as well as serving as an open lab space for students, faculty, and staff to drop in and work on digital media-related projects.
If you are interested in booking the lab for media-related course activities, you may do so through UWB’s Room Reservation system: http://www.uwb.edu/facultyandstaff/classrooms/request
The Open Learning Lab (UW2-140)
The Open Learning Lab in UW2-140 houses 22 Windows PCs as well as 15 Apple iMacs with all DML software. The Open Learning Lab is open for use on a walk-in basis. Current hours reflect those of the UW2: http://www.bothell.washington.edu/safety/hours
Our on-site digital media tutors are available to guide students, faculty, and staff on digital media-related projects and canvas/ePortfolio support during tutoring lab hours - posted each quarter on the room calendar (located on the top right side of this page). During all other hours, people needing technical assistance may contact the IT Helpdesk at extension 2-3456.
Where is software support offered?
Student Lab Techs in The Open Learning Lab offer advanced support for the following programs:
Our student techs also support technical questions related to ePortfolios and Canvas!
If you would like to set up a digital media-technology consultation or want more information about media services for teaching and learning, please contact: Learning Technologies at firstname.lastname@example.org.