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(New page: == Need help with your media project? == - stop by the Wilson Lab in the Main Library (1pm-1am) - email support at DigitalMediaTutors@middlebury.edu The Digital Media program ...)
 
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== Need help with your media project? ==
 
== Need help with your media project? ==
  
    - stop by the Wilson Lab in the Main Library (1pm-1am)
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- stop by the Wilson Lab in the Main Library (1pm-1am)
    - email support at DigitalMediaTutors@middlebury.edu
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- email support at DigitalMediaTutors@middlebury.edu
  
 
The Digital Media program provides support for faculty, student and staff media development, which can include, but is not limited to:
 
The Digital Media program provides support for faculty, student and staff media development, which can include, but is not limited to:
  
                + Images and document creation – posters, diagrams
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+ Images and document creation – posters, diagrams
                + Audio – podcasting, voiceovers
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+ Audio – podcasting, voiceovers
                + Video – digital stories
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+ Video – digital stories
  
 
The Digital Media Tutors provide walk-in support for the Wilson Media Lab, located in the Main Library.  These computers provide Middlebury College with the tools to meet digital media development needs.  For more information regarding the Digital Media Program, contact Joe Antonioli at ext. 3062 or email jantonio@middlebury.edu.
 
The Digital Media Tutors provide walk-in support for the Wilson Media Lab, located in the Main Library.  These computers provide Middlebury College with the tools to meet digital media development needs.  For more information regarding the Digital Media Program, contact Joe Antonioli at ext. 3062 or email jantonio@middlebury.edu.
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        The Wilson Media Lab is open to the public while the Main Library is open. These computers provide Middlebury College with tools to meet digital media development needs.  
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The Wilson Media Lab is open to the public while the Main Library is open. These computers provide Middlebury College with tools to meet digital media development needs.  
  
 
    
 
    
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        Digital Media Workshops  
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Digital Media Workshops  
  
  
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        If you have a specific question that relates to digital media, feel free to email DigitalMediaTutors@middlebury.edu and someone from the Digital Media Program will get back to you with an answer.  
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If you have a specific question that relates to digital media, feel free to email DigitalMediaTutors@middlebury.edu and someone from the Digital Media Program will get back to you with an answer.  
  
 
    
 
    
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        Copyright Library Video and Public Performance Performance Release
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Copyright Library Video and Public Performance Performance Release
 
 
            This link opens the Performance Release Form as a Microsoft Word document.
 
  
 
      
 
      
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        Local Collections Editing Tools and Sound Effects Image Resources Digital Media Server (Muskrat)  
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Local Collections Editing Tools and Sound Effects Image Resources Digital Media Server (Muskrat)  
  
 
      
 
      

Revision as of 13:47, 12 March 2007

Need help with your media project?

- stop by the Wilson Lab in the Main Library (1pm-1am) - email support at DigitalMediaTutors@middlebury.edu

The Digital Media program provides support for faculty, student and staff media development, which can include, but is not limited to:

+ Images and document creation – posters, diagrams + Audio – podcasting, voiceovers + Video – digital stories

The Digital Media Tutors provide walk-in support for the Wilson Media Lab, located in the Main Library. These computers provide Middlebury College with the tools to meet digital media development needs. For more information regarding the Digital Media Program, contact Joe Antonioli at ext. 3062 or email jantonio@middlebury.edu.


Wilson Media Lab - Hours and Location

The Wilson Media Lab is open to the public while the Main Library is open. These computers provide Middlebury College with tools to meet digital media development needs.


Current Happenings & Workshops

Digital Media Workshops


Ask a Question

If you have a specific question that relates to digital media, feel free to email DigitalMediaTutors@middlebury.edu and someone from the Digital Media Program will get back to you with an answer.


Copyright Information

Copyright Library Video and Public Performance Performance Release


Digital Media Resources

Local Collections Editing Tools and Sound Effects Image Resources Digital Media Server (Muskrat)


Project Support Request Form Contact

       Content Provider Digital Media Staff