The Digital Union, on the third floor of the Science and Engineering Library, is a high-tech facility for digital media production. Our staff are expert in a wide-range of techniques. If you are interested in learning how to use multimedia software packages or equipment to improve your course assignments, instructional materials, or the presentation of your research, a visit to the Digital Union is in order.
The Digital Union offers a variety of workshops in which OSU faculty, staff, and students can learn about topics including Carmen, teaching online, mobile computing, web design, podcasting, copyright issues and more. Check our list of upcoming workshops.
The Digital Union has subscription accounts to lynda.com, an award winning provider of online tutorials in Photoshop, Flash, Dreamweaver, Illustrator, Office, digital photography, web design, digital video, and many others. These interactive tutorials are a great way to learn a new program or gain advanced skills in programs you already know. To learn more, click here.
One on One Assistance
If you are interested in learning how to use educational technology for your academic projects, please complete a project request form. . Our expert staff will help you through one-on-one tutoring and assistance.
Digital Union staff have expertise in digital media and can help you with the following areas:
- audio capture and production
- digital storytelling
- motion screen capture
- multimedia design and production
- video and image editing and post-production
- visual communication design
- web design, web development and graphics
Please see the Staff page to learn about each staff member’s expertise.