My.mun.ca will be getting a new look on May 23th. The majority of the changes came out of feedback from users, some of the features include: Combined Home & Welcome tabs Changed to Memorial’s Colors More Graphical Consolidated Email Channel … Continue reading
Are you looking for a way to make your work stand out? Are you tired of being limited to letter size prints? Try the Digital Media Centre’s plotter, the larger-than-life printer! The plotter can print 32 to 42 inches wide … Continue reading
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Assistive Technology (AT) covers a wide variety of topics. As it relates to computers, AT is hardware and software that can help people with disabilities access information on computers or in Books. For example, a person may have trouble seeing the font on a computer screen. Assistive Technology could help this person by reading the screen out loud, magnifying the screen or changing the font to meet their needs.
If you are viewing this page with a screen reader or magnifier, you may wish to use the text-based version of our web pages, found here.
The Digital Media Centre is a resource to facilitate development of the desktop computing abilities of our customers – faculty, staff and students. We believe that technology should be an empowering tool for teaching and learning.
The primary focus of the DMC is multimedia. We make every effort to keep current with new technologies and provide access to specialized software or devices for members of the university.