Multimedia Learning Center Lab and Classroom Facilities
Thunderduck Hall – T246
Are you a creative problem-solver?
The dramatic revolution in communications and information technology has created a tremendous job market for those who can combine cutting-edge computer skills with the ability to communicate creatively and artistically. Cinema, music, photography and other artistic disciplines are being radically reshaped by digital technology.
You can join the hot job market of the Digital Age by learning art and programming skills that combine the use of graphics, animation, audio, video and text to create interactive Web sites, CD-ROMs or disk-based information.
Whether you already have well-honed computer skills or are looking to learn them, it’s easier than you think to create games, web pages and animation – and it’s a whole lot of fun!
Mission Statement: The Multimedia Learning Center Lab provides tools and applications for successful development of multimedia skills and projects. The lab supports web design, animation, digital imaging, digital video, interactive simulation, audio editing and multimedia programming.
Monday – Thursday: 9:00am to 9:45pm
Friday: 9:00am to 4:45pm
Saturday: 12:00 Noon to 4:45pm
Closed Saturdays during the Summer Semesters
The Lab will be closed for the same Holidays as the College.
The Lab may close between semesters.
The Lab may be used as a Classroom at various times during the year and will not be available to drop-in students.