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Alumni of the digital media intern program have gone on to pursue a variety of careers after graduating from Middlebury. Click on their pictures below to learn more about their accomplishments and thoughts about their time as an intern @ Midd.
Digital media tutors complete a variety of projects during their time in the program. Click on their picture to view more information about the tutor as well as a listings and descriptions of their work.
The Wilson Media Lab is located on the main level of the library in the back, next to the CTLR. Tutors are there to assist you with multimedia projects and you are welcome to come in and work any time (unless the lab is reserved for a class).
The lab was redesigned in 2015 and now offers collaborative work space in flexible seating arrangements with a variety of projection selections for small and large group instruction and group work. In addition, the lab houses one of two large scale plotters on campus, as well as a variety of digitization equipment.
Digital media tutors are on staff 76 hours a week to provide assistance to students, faculty and staff on their multimedia work. Please see the hours listed below for more details. If you would like to receive more individualized tutoring in a specific program or operation, you can request an appointment.
You can also email the group at email@example.com.
M-Th: 9 am – 11 pm
F: 9 am – 7pm
S: 1 pm – 11 pm
The Adobe Creative Suite (including InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Premier, Dreamweaver, and more), Audacity, Final Cut Pro, Microsoft Office.
Plotter poster printing (for large posters, up to 41″ in width), scanning, digitization.
What’s Happening in the Wilson Media Lab?
In early May of 2017 tutor Alfredo Torres worked with our Literatures and Cultures Librarian, Katrina Spencer to design a banner to recognize Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. After the project was complete, Katrina had this information to share about the project:
“This message is to praise Digital Media Tutor Alfredo Torres’ efforts. He designed the beautiful banner that now adorns our display in the library foyer. What makes his effort exemplary is that he was able to understand the pressure of a strict timeline, the importance of crediting the creator of the image, and the necessity of adjusting the image for the parameters and platform of the project. He did excellent work and it was a pleasure to work with him. His attitude is positive and problem-solving. Thank you, again, for hiring the right people. See some of the photos of the “finished” work attached.”
We are always pleased to hear feedback on the tutors’ work and are thrilled to be able to share this story about a successful collaboration! Thank you to both Katrina and Alfredo!