The Digital Media Commons, a service of the University of Michigan Library, provides faculty and students access to a state-of-the-art multimedia facility; visualization and virtual reality technologies, and it is a development center for new collaboration technologies. The Digital Media Commons consists of several labs, which are the source of staffing and resources, and provide the physical space for projects that make up the Commons. Labs that make up the Commons include:
It is a student center with specially-trained staff, the latest digital tools, and unique facilities to enable the exploration of rich digital media for teaching and learning experiences, collaboration and creative expression. Media consultants and instructional technologists work closely with students and faculty by training on the use of digital tools, collaborating on projects, or providing direction to appropriate resources.
More information about the Digital Media Commons is available on the "Reports and Surveys" page.