The Media Center offers several opportunities for faculty, staff and students to learn various multimedia technologies. Please contact the Media Center at x6251 if you have any questions.
One-on-one training sessions
In order to schedule a one-on-one training session please contact the Media Center at x6251 at least one week in advance. We have skilled Student Assistants and staff that can meet with you to discuss your training needs and offer specific solutions to help you advance your technology skills.
Welcome to Atomic Learning, our online video training source. This cross platform web based learning tool has over 35,000 short video training movies to choose from. Atomic Learning is available to all faculty, staff and student from any computer on campus. There is no login required if you are on the campus network. Just add this link to your bookmarks in your favorite browser and search for a tutorial that fits your needs. Videos can be viewed using the free Flash Player or Quicktime Player for Mac or PC.
Atomic Learning also has collections of short video instructions called Workshops. Workshops guide you through a task or a particular software application. Although some of the software versions may be different that what you have installed on your computer the general process and guidelines are still helpful.
A library of multimedia books and magazines is available for you to use in the Media Center. Grab a book and have a seat at one of our video editing stations and get started making movies, recording podcasts or photo editing.
Our greatest training tool
Our Student Assistants. Many of them have unique skills and experience in specific areas. Give us a call and let us know what you are interested in doing and we will find someone who can help!
COMPUTER LAB HOURS
Computer Labs Hours-