Through prior arrangement with Student Multimedia Design Center or Academic Technology Services (ATS) staff, faculty, and teaching staff can obtain in-class assistance for presentations on specific multimedia-related topics. Student Multimedia Design Center staff provides a formal multimedia literacy program for classes. Please contact Amanda McCollum, Multimedia Literacy Coordinator in the Student Multimedia Design Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or 302-831-8763 for more information.
If you are already a tech-savvy instructor, you can reference the Multimedia Literacy Guide for further course support and reserve multimedia rooms and equipment without scheduling an instructional class by filling out the request form. Faculty and teaching staff can reserve one of two rooms for hands-on multimedia instruction. The classrooms offer Windows and Macintosh multimedia-production computers and a full range of software. Room B features a flexible instruction station location, a rack system with DVD player and wireless mics, and a video camera input to the projector. Faculty and teaching staff may request equipment kits, such as cameras, microphones, lighting, and tripods, as part of their reservation to complement the use of either room. When they are not reserved for larger group work, the rooms are open to individuals or small groups on a first-come-first-served basis.