Center for Digital and Visual Literacy

The CDVL is a resource for staff, students and faculty to cultivate digital literacy. The center employs staff and student tutors who help facilitate the exploration of problem solving options that advance digital and visual skills for academic projects and ideas.  The center offers programming which includes faculty skills and concept presentations, guest presentations, topic workshops, and individual and group tutoring and project support.

All center computers have the following software installed:  Google Apps, MS Office, Adobe Creative Suite and Screencast-O-Matic, iMovie, Livetype, Final Cut Express, iDVD, Toast, iWork (Keynote, Numbers, Pages) and iPhoto.

  • McCain G11 is a 27 seat classroom with twenty-two iMac computers.
  • McCain G37 is equipped with 10 iMacs for student project work and small workshops.
  • McCain G43 is equipped with 4 Mac mini dual screen systems for individual and group tutoring.
  • McCain G45 is the Flex Studio that supports video recording with a Green Screen and an Audio Booth for sound recordings.