Welcome to the CSUSB Center for Digital Media!
We are Online for Fall 2021 & Spring 2022.
The Center for Digital Media is now online and offering tutoring appointments via Zoom. At this time we are offering a limited list of services, however we are excited to continue assisting students in the following areas:
- Online Tutoring in the Adobe programs including InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator.
- Online tutoring in several digital music and editing programs including, Audacity, Audition, ProTools, Garage Band and iMovie.
Sign Up Now for Online Tutoring!
You can sign up for an online appointment just as you would for an in-person appointment by clicking HERE. This will take you to our online scheduling web app at: https://csusanbernardino.mywconline.net
Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday 9am – 6pm
We have over 60 hours of tutoring time slots available each week.
If you have any questions or are having any difficulty with signing up please contact: Andrew Oakes, Director of the Center for Digital Media at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Center for Digital Media has developed around collaborative project-based learning through partnership with the Title V grant “From Here to Career”. Physically, it is a lab furnished with 24 workstations, a teaching workstation, and a video projection system capable of sharing in a multi-screen/multi-platform/multi-device format. This enhances both full-class instruction as well as small group multidisciplinary projects. An extensive server accesses information developed in the Center for Digital Media or labs of participating media departments. Software is provided which reflects the primary software used to generate media projects within these departments.
However, to be successful, we believe that technology must be accompanied by a human element. The environment is conducive to both collaboration and learning. We have open lab hours with expertise to help users better understand familiar software found within their discipline as well as complimentary software used by other disciplines. Such an approach encourages students and faculty to create projects with synergy. Also, we outreach to campus-based student organizations whose members are highly motivated and are interested in collaborating with other such student organizations. This enthusiasm for experiencing collaboration can be seen in departmental classes and project presentations alike.
We take “From Here to Career” seriously. The experiences that the Center for Digital Media offers are on a professional level. Media corporations are looking for employees that have experience in working with others in a multidisciplinary environment. Through common projects, they communicate and gain an understanding of each discipline and how it complements their own area of expertise. By working with one another on a common project, this becomes self-evident and carries over to the paid internship program found within the grant as well as fortifying future “Career” opportunities.