We have 7 computers equipped with Final Cut Studio and After Effects and all 16 machines have iMovie for video editing projects.
- Mac Workstations
Large selection of iMac and Intel MacPro computers for heavy duty media editing/manipulating, desktop publishing, or just for general use.
- Available Computers
There is usually always an available computer workstation in the lab open for your use in a quiet workspace. Know you have something to work on in advance and want to make sure you have a place to do it? Check out the Help & Training page to reserve a workstation.
- Media Storage
Our computers are equipped to handle large files for future use.
Epson Photo scanner and HP scanjet with loose paper feed option to make group study, tutoring, SI, or putting PDFs on Blackboard easy.
- Stay Posted
Keep up-to-date with lab closings and staff schedules via the website.
- Equipment Rental
Forget your headphones? Need to transfer files? We have a wide variety of loanable equipment for lab usage for you to complete your multimedia tasks.
- Class Presentations
This facility is equipped with a large overhead projector with which media classes can be instructed upon request.
- Oak Storage
Learn how to utilize your student storage space to transfer files or create personal websites.
- Helpful Lab Assistants
Each lab assistant has specialized as well as general skill sets/knowledge on most programs in the lab. Feel free to ask for help with any technology related task or schedule a one-on-one tutorial to learn new programs.
- Wacom Tablet
One of our many loanable items, a rare gem on campus that people are not aware is available.
- More File Storage
Not certain if someone will delete your files? Check out a 40gig hard drive to store your files on for up to 2 weeks at a time.
- Import Audio from Cassette
Yes, we can do that too. Especially useful for people who use audio recording cassettes for interviews and need it transferred to a computer friendly format.
We also have a loanable digital camera for high resolution pictures and card readers that accept multiple card types.
Where students and teachers come to generate their own creative ideas while having along side them the tools and skilled hands-on support from others to compose those ideas into innovative and powerful creations.
“We enable people to do things with technology”
NEW Video Tutorial PageIf you are sitting at home or in the lab and need a quick question answered. Check out the Video Tutorial page to see if your question has already been answered. Don't see the answer to your question? Request a tutorial to be made by emailing the Learning Lab manager.
The video library is a work in progress and additional videos will be added as they are created or requested.
All of the videos provided will reflect programs that are
available in the Learning Lab. Some of the videos will apply
to online programs as well, such as Twitter or
8.5" x 11" Black & White Printing only in AAC LabOhio University students and faculty/staff can print 8.5" x 11" to our black & white networked printer according to the fee structure established throughout Alden Library. Currently, it is 3 cents per page.
If you duplex print a page (print on both sides of the paper), you get those two prints for only 5 cents.
Color printing is no longer available in the AAC Computer
Learning Lab except to students enrolled in the College
Adjustment Program (CAP).
Kingston 19-in-1 Media Card Readers Now Available
The AAC Computer Learning Lab has purchased two new Kingston 19-in-1 media card readers which are now available for checkout use in our lab.
This will speed up transfers of your data and not require you to bring in your digital camera when transferring photos.
Kingston's 19-in-1 card reader supports a wide variety of cards including CompactFlash Type I and II, SD, SDHC, miniSD, miniSDHC, microSD, microSDHC, MMC, MMCmobile (DV RS-MMC), MMCplus, MMCmicro, RS-MMC, Microdrive, Memory Stick Micro (M2), Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO, Memory Stick Duo as well as Memory Stick PRO Duo. You won't need a separate adapter to fit your microSD cards into before docking—fantastic, since lots of phones now use these tiny cards in order to save physical space (but sacrifice storage space).
We hope you find this resource valuable.