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Instructional Media Lab Services

The Instructional Media Lab, in Job 102, is a space for faculty to get assistance or learn about media technologies to enhance their teaching. Any faculty member can drop in and work with the computers, scanners, or our Podcast room with the help of our dedicated staff.

We support the acquisition, development and deployment of digital media technology at Ithaca College and can help you get started with core teaching tools like Sakai, Taskstream, Zoom, MS Office, and Lynda.com. 

Audience

Faculty

Contact and Hours

Job 102
(607) 274-1873 
iml@ithaca.edu  

9am - 5:30pm, Monday - Thursday
9am - 5pm Friday 

Services

Here are some of the services we offer, or provide consultation for:

  • Sakai
  • MS Office
  • Adobe Suite
  • OneDrive
  • Voicethread
  • Lynda.com
  • Faculty Photos
  • Poster Design (to be Printed at the Print Center)
  • Video & Audio Production
  • Podcasting/Vodcasting
  • Media Encoding & Format Conversion (VHS, DVD & Digital formats)
  • Media Duplication (DVD, CD, Blu-Ray)

The Instructional Media Lab is run by a very smart and capable team of students who are well versed in all aspects of digital media.  There is no charge for our services. The lab only performs services for faculty for academic purposes. We can not help with personal projects/requests.

Instructional Media Lab Coordinator

Matt Gorney  
Job 113
(607) is 274-5700 
mgorney@ithaca.edu 

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