Today in the Commons Classroom

April 21st – 25th, 2014
The classroom is available for general use at all day.
The classroom, when available, is a silent area computer lab in  the library.

We Are Hiring!

Are you a customer service oriented person with an interest in technology? Are you able to figure out technical problems with a little bit of determination and some googling? Is photoshopping your friend’s head on Beyonce’s body something that you … Continue reading

Personal and professional development training from lynda.com

C&C and the Department of Human Resources have partnered to provide MUN faculty, staff, students and retirees with free access to the popular on-line training website lynda.com. With over 1400 courses ranging from such diverse topics as personal finance to software … Continue reading

Create Your Own Labnet Account

You can now create your own Labnet account without any assistance from our staff! Just follow the link below. You must be a Memorial student, staff or faculty for it to work. https://www.cs.mun.ca/labnet/login.html

DMC Tutoring

Always wanted to learn photoshop? Need help with your video assignment? Want to hone your audio-editing skills? Our DMC Tutors are here! Book a lesson with us at the computing help desk.



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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.



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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.