Over the past ten years, the face of the campus computer lab started to transition from one that filled a need to surf the Internet and type research papers to being the one-stop-shop for digital media. For many institutions, this transition has come easily, while others were met with challenges. At Loyola University Chicago, Digital Media Services has a strong emphasis on integrating resources for our faculty, staff, and students at an institutional level. This session will highlight how Loyola transitioned a number of its computer labs from smaller pocket lab locations to powerhouse Digital Media Labs. This session will also detail recent developments with partnership projects such as igNation, which was presented at the Campus Technology 2010 conference.