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Multimedia Resources for Research and Content Creation: Instruction and Experiential Learning

This interdisciplinary guide provides resources to support the creation of scholarly digital projects and presentations.

Experiential Learning with Digital Media Commons Studios Staff

Digital Media Specialist Thomas Bary with students

The Digital Media Commons Studios are open to all current Northeastern students, faculty, and staff to create audio and video projects, presentations and online instruction. DMC Studios staff collaborate with faculty across the curriculum to help plan and implement media-based assignments and teach skills.

Faculty can submit a proposal for instruction with the DMC.

During hours of service, DMC Studios and Academic Technology Services staff assist individuals and groups with scholarly projects on a walk-in and appointment basis. Sign up for our workshops in video recording and editing.

Want to learn on your own or in small groups? Schedule studio time through NUSSO. Staff will confirm your reservation and help with set-up or training.

 

Contact Thomas Bary, Digital Media Specialist for information about instruction. Call 617-373-2465 if you have any questions.

Northeastern University Media Programs

E-Learning

 

Northeastern University Libraries Resources:

  • Lynda.com  provides access to many courses and tutorials on: 3D, video, business, photography, web design, graphic design, and more. Get started with your MyNeu credentials at: http://lynda.northeastern.edu/

  • Safari Online Multimedia textbooks - a wonderful full text source covering a large library of titles.

 

Other Selective Resources:

  • Ask the Techies  Internet TV show explaining the latest in cool technology.