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Media Lab Transitions from Typing to Digital Media Powerhouses (CCUMC 2013)

721933370511ddfcefa5ba0564306e9e?s=47 Adam Smeets
October 10, 2013

Media Lab Transitions from Typing to Digital Media Powerhouses (CCUMC 2013)

Over the past ten years, the face of the campus computer lab has dramatically changed from locations 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 with practical takeaways for implementation at attendees’ campuses.

Attendees reviewed our processes and recommendations for implementing a Digital Media Lab and Equipment Loan Program. This included a presentation of the current space, including policies and practices, reviewing planning documents, the evolution of the program, feedback surveys, equipment in the program, as well as current student feedback. Participants received e-resources with take-away items that could be implemented in their current environment.

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Adam Smeets

October 10, 2013
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  7. “ ”    Lab Advisor (UG) Equipment Advisor

    (UG) Software Advisor (UG) Digital Media Intern (G)
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  15. 2006 to 2007 2007 to 2008 2008 to 2009 2009

    to 2010 2010 to 2011 2011 to 2012 2012 to 2013 2013 to 2014
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  22. “Thank you for providing such an array of technologies for

    my use. If it weren't for the IT labs, Digital Media Lab, and your services I wouldn't be able to create, ideate, or complete assigned projects.” -- A Loyola Student
  23. “We need more cameras (still and video) and more computers

    with the programs necessary for work to be completed.” -- A Loyola Student
  24. 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Hours of Equipment

    Loan 126K 475K 725K 1.25M 1.61M Trend 2.05M Client Reach 2.3% 15.2% 28.8% 32.8% 32.5% Trend 38.7% Digital Media Labs offer Equipment Loan Programs • Lake Shore Campus – January 2008 • Water Tower Campus – August 2010 Since inception, over 6 million hours of loan to over 25,000 unique clients.
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    2:00 AM 2:24 AM 2:48 AM 3:12 AM 3:36 AM 4:00 AM 4:24 AM 4:48 AM 5:13 AM 5:38 AM 6:02 AM 6:27 AM 6:51 AM 7:15 AM 7:39 AM 8:03 AM 8:27 AM 8:51 AM 9:15 AM 9:39 AM 10:03 AM 10:27 AM 10:51 AM 11:15 AM 11:39 AM 12:03 PM 12:27 PM 12:51 PM 1:15 PM 1:39 PM 2:03 PM 2:27 PM 2:51 PM 3:15 PM 3:39 PM 4:03 PM 4:27 PM 4:51 PM 5:15 PM 5:39 PM 6:03 PM 6:27 PM 6:51 PM 7:15 PM 7:39 PM 8:03 PM 8:27 PM 8:51 PM 9:15 PM 9:39 PM 10:03 PM 10:27 PM 10:51 PM 11:15 PM 11:39 PM
  27. OBSERVATIONS GUIDING IT LEADERSHIP

  28. OBSERVATIONS GUIDING IT LEADERSHIP

  29. Consultation with Faculty Development of a Technology Training Plan Provide

    In- Class or On- Site Training Students Loan Equipment or Use Labs Wrap-Up Meeting for Feedback and Reflection
  30. Idea to captivate your audience Consultation for solutions Use of

    available resources Content creation and integration Delivery & feedback
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  36. Develop, Discover, Innovate