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Digital Learning and Media Center

About the DLMC

The Anita Grover MD '74 and Tom Hargrove P'14 Digital Learning and Media Center (DLMC) is a state-of-the-art, learning space that can be used as a collaborative studio, a formal classroom, a computer lab, a showcase for student work, and a hub for creativity. Since 2012, the staff at the DLMC have supported hundreds of course-based projects ranging from video narratives (digital storytelling) to podcasts, mapping projects, webpage & site design, and more. The DLMC is a space rich with both computing resources, and a wide range of digital media equipment available for loan (HD cameras, tripods, GoPros, audio recorders). Led by the Instructional Designer for Innovative Media and a team of 16 skilled student Media Mentors, the DLMC provides support 7 days a week. We share our expertise in digital media and learning, and collaborate with faculty in ways that complement their approach to teaching. Some possible student project types include:

  • Video Narratives (digital storytelling) & podcasts
  • Mapping projects
  • Website creation
  • Enhanced digital presentations & Interactive posters

Support

We partner with Colgate faculty of all disciplines who are interested in teaching with video or assigning a video or other multimedia project to their students. The support we offer includes:

  • Consultation around media creation for teaching
  • Content planning and storyboarding
  • Consultation around crafting media assignments
  • Syllabi planning for benchmarks and formative assessments
  • Teach technology workshops

Contact

If you are interested in learning more about the DLMC, please contact our Instructional Designer for Innovative Media:

Sarah Kunze
skunze@colgate.edu
315.228.6791