Submitted by Personnel on Tue, 09/09/2014 - 12:14pm
The Digital Collections (DC) facility provides imaging, audio and video digitization, web development, and graphics services to faculty and graduate students. It also provides a lab for patrons to do their own work in these areas. Commonly used hardware includes Mac and Windows computers, scanners, CD writers, film recorders, DV and VHS desks, and printers. Commonly used software includes Photoshop, iMovie, iDVD, and Quicktime. The primary responsibility of the DMS Consultant is to perform assigned digital imaging, web development, and graphics services.
WORK-STUDY STUDENTS only - Work-Study sutdents must be an NU undergraduate with a Fedearl Work-Study allotment for the current year.
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