The University of Arizona

Office of Student Computing Resources

Multimedia Labs

The Office of Student Computing Resources (OSCR) provides four multimedia computer labs located around campus. These multimedia labs are places where UA students, faculty and staff from any department or college can go to develop multimedia projects for instruction and class work at no charge. Please see the individual lab websites for a full list of available hardware and software tools.

Our multimedia location workstations are a mix of Macintosh and Windows computers. You'll find every sort of multimedia application here: programs to create 3D animations, virtual reality, complex websites, digital video movies, graphic designs and digital audio compositions, including the very high-end packages used today in Hollywood.

The multimedia labs are staffed with knowledgable career staff and student multimedia consultants.

Multimedia Learning Lab (MLL) (520) 621-9404 Map

Located in the Music building, room 137, the Multimedia Learning Lab is OSCR's flagship multimedia location. If you need assistance with your multimedia projects, the MLL has staff on duty to help you every step of the way.

Faculty and Graduate Assistant Teachers: The MLL is available for reservation as a teaching classroom or as a multimedia lab for student class work.

Specialty peripherals: If you need to convert your slides to computer images, convert your computer images to slides, turn your VHS or mini-dv tapes into DVDs, or scan large format images, the MLL is available to assist you with its specialty peripherals. We also have a wonderful digital audio/midi sound room with all the software and hardware you could wish for.

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Multimedia Zone (MZ) (520) 626-3993 Map

Located in the ILC Information Commons the Multimedia Zone is home to the UA's newest and hottest multimedia-development workstations. Here you'll find high-end multiprocessor Macintosh and Windows workstations loaded with the best programs available to create 3D animations, virtual reality spaces, digital video movies, and digital audio compositions. All workstations are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Semester-long disk space is available is for class projects. The Multimedia Zone is open the same hours as the Information Commons in the Integrated Learning Center.

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