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About the Digital Lab
The Clark Library's Digital Lab supports students with a variety of resources including equipment, online software help and self-guided tools that aid in the creation of multimedia projects.
Digital Lab equipment (cameras, tripods, sound recorders and more) is available for checkout during the Library's open hours. Use of equipment is reserved for current students, faculty and staff. Loan periods are 24 hours. Extended loan periods are subject to equipment availability.
Call the Lab at (503) 943-7796 or visit sites.up.edu/dlab for general information regarding equipment.
Additionally, the Digital Lab provides current students with support to produce audio, video, photography and design projects. The Lab's coordinator offers support on a variety of multimedia software including:
- Adobe Creative Cloud (Illustrator, Photoshop, Lightroom, InDesign, Premiere Pro, Audition, etc.).
- Apple's iMovie video editing and GarageBand music production software
Additionally, users can learn more about the practices and tools related to photography, film, design and audio by visiting the Multimedia guide.
Contact the Digital Lab, firstname.lastname@example.org, for more information regarding equipment or for software support.
The Clark Library Digital Lab also offers free, one-hour workshops to current students, faculty, staff and alumni (space permitting).
Workshops are offered each fall, spring and summer session. Past topics have included:
- Website Building
- Creating Electronic Music
Visit sites.up.edu/dlab for information regarding registering for a workshop or attending a future session.
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