Over the summer of 2009, we made some big changes to the College’s digital media lab located in Taylor 205. The old lab saw a lot of use and sparked a wonderful variety of media projects, but was looking a little tired and no longer meeting the demands of digital media use at The College of Wooster. So last Spring, The Office of Information Technology formed a project team to talk to academic departments about their needs for digital media in the curriculum and based on those needs, set out to rethink the space and find the right technologies. This project team’s plan was implemented over the summer with some work continuing through this academic year. See the information below to find out what we’ve done.

Technologies now available in the digitalMEDIAlab

  • twelve new iMacs running Mac OSX Lion
  • a projector, screen and instructor station for workshops
  • two group stations with flexible furniture, mobile whiteboards and mobile LCD screens to accommodate laptops
  • color printer
  • an audio recording booth
  • multi-standard and region free video import and editing station
  • three NTSC video import and editing stations
  • one scanning station with the ability to scan film, slides, and high-quality images


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