Loyola · Notre Dame Library
The France-Merrick Digital Media and Adaptive Technology Lab
The Digital Media Lab is designed for work on audio, video, and graphic design projects by the faculty, staff, and students of Loyola University Maryland and the Notre Dame of Maryland University. Some staff assistance with work on audio and video editing projects is available. All graphic design software is considered self-service, although online tutorials and books are available.
As of the fall semester 2013, the Digital Media Lab has expanded to include a variety of hardware and software to assist patrons with visual impairments, hearing impairments, and learning disabilities.
Check Out Media Equipment
- Video Editing Software
- Audio Editing Software
- Graphic Design Software
- Other Tutorials
- Finding and Using Audio/Video/Images
- Video Digitization for Use in Moodle
- Support for Integrating Digital Media into Courses
- Booking Digital Lab for Classes
Audio, Video and Graphic Design Software
Visit the Adaptive Technology Help Guide for a list of software, hardware, and tutorials available for assistance with visual, hearing, and learning impairments.