Digital Collections Department staff offer training and assistance to faculty and graduate students to help them get started on a digital project in the Digital Media Lab .
We offer training for slide and image scanning, video digitization, audio recording/editing, text scanning, and basic video editing.
To make an appointment please call (847) 467-1080 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
The lab is open M-F 9:30am - 5:00pm
One-on-one training and office visits are available by request for help with the same topics that the workshops cover , in a more informal setting and give you more individual attention. Office visits are possible for those who have the neccessary software installed in your office. Contact Julie Rudder  for more information.
Digital Collections staff are here to teach you how to use image databases such as ARTstor  and the Digital Image Library . These databases are a great way for you to share images with your students.
See our Images Libguide  for more a variety of resources to help with discovering and teaching about images. The Libguide covers materials available through NUL including Teaching with ARTstor  and an introduction to the Digital Image Library , as well as resources available elsewhere via Recommended Websites .