In this space you can create and edit projects that incorporate photos, video, audio and other digital media, for both print and web-based applications. This space was designed to help you create, collaborate, edit and share digital media projects.
There are digital cameras, camcorders, tripods and laptops available for you to check out at the library's circulation desk.
Explore this guide to find descriptions of equipment and software that are available to you in the Digital Media Lab as well as tutorials to help you use these resources to create your projects.
Use the navigational boxes on the left to explore this guide and to find out more information about the resources available to you in the Digital Media Lab.
Please Note: You will need to be a current Green River student, staff, or faculty member to checkout equipment items.
Note: This guide was last updated by CD in June of 2020. If you see errors, have questions, or suggestions for improvement, let us know by using the contact information on the "Get Help" page of this guide!
The Digital Media Lab is located in HL112.
Monday - Thursday: 7am - 10pm
Friday: 7am - 6pm
Saturday and Sunday: 2pm - 6pm
Students working on media projects may reserve the media recording and editing room ahead of time or see if it is available on a drop-in basis.
To reserve the room, please contact either the library circulation desk (x2090) or the reference desk (x2091).
When you arrive, please check-in at the circulation desk.
You are responsible for all equipment in the media lab when you "check out" the room.