The Digital Media Resource Center is Located in room 209 in JL Fletcher hall and is a resource for all students enrolled in the College of the Arts. This center serves as two classrooms during weekdays and as an open lab during the evenings and weekends. The Macintosh lab supports twenty-one iMac computers and offers more than ten current software programs for 2D and 3D coursework. The animation classroom houses twenty work stations all of which run current Maya and Rhino software.
This center offers access to digital video cameras, video and DVD projection, video editing software and hardware, slide and flatbed scanners, and six printers of varying sizes. In addition, there is an extensive media collection consisting of over 400 DVD/videotapes and 100,000 slide images of art, architecture, industrial design, and interior design. We offer a preview room in support and promotion of the use of this collection for both faculty and students.
The Digital Media Resource Center proudly offers the support of its staff of undergraduate support staff, graduate students, a full-time computer tech, and a full-time director. Everyone at the DMRC is eager to assist students in their audio, visual, and computer needs. The VRC staff invites you to take part in the use of this multifaceted resource in the College of the Arts. We encourage all students to come by to tour the space and to set up access for using the DMRC.
Hours of operation are:
Monday – Thursday
8:00 AM – 11:00 PM
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM