- TALENT Program
- Distance Learning at UH
- Teaching and Learning with Technology at UH
- UH Accessibility Web Site
- Center for Instructional Support
- Pacific New Media
- Wong Audiovisual Center
Digital Media Center
Information Technology Center 103
Hours: Mon - Fri, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
The DMC has staff available to show you how to use the equipment and software. Certain tasks that require extended lengths of time such as rendering video or burning a DVD may be left with staff to complete. Although walk-ins are welcome, appointments are requested so equipment or software can be set up ahead of time. If you would like to make an appointment or have questions, please go to the Contacts page.
Faculty and staff who require help with various software are welcome to visit the DMC for assistance. We provide introductory training for software such as MS Word, MS PowerPoint, iMovie, iDVD, Audacity, Laulima tools, Halawai (Adobe Connect) and others. For a listing of supported software, please go to the Tools page.
Slide scanners are available along with flat-bed scanners. Scans can be madefor web pages, publications, videos, archiving, and for Powerpointslides.
*Copyright: Depending on the content, copyright clearance may be needed for materials not created by the user.
The DMC has Apple computers equipped with iMovie for video editing and iDVD for DVD authoring.VCR players and DVD recorders are available to digitize from video tape. Video can also be converted to various formats for the Web.
*Copyright: For conversions and copies, we require copyright clearance for videos not created by the user.
Training and support is available for faculty/staff interested in using Laulima, the University’s learning management system, for online course delivery or enhancement, and for those who need ongoing support. For additional Laulima resources, please visit the TALENT site.
General support is available for those concerned about making their Web sites ADA compliant or accessible to users with disabilities. For more information, please visit the UH Accessibility site.