@ THE DIGITAL LAB
For AAH students who need access to computers with Adobe CS6 design and video software, the Digital Lab is an available solution. Flatbed Scanners, Wacom Tablets, large-format Inkjet Printers, and photo/video equipment for checkout provide students numerous possibilities for artistic output and portfolio documentation. See all of our available resources here.
This semester we have an exciting workshop series lined up on Fridays at 2:00pm! Focusing on photo documentation and video, the series begins with tools like Photoshop andIllustrator. Building with the files you make and the knowledge learned, you will expand your skills to video. Everyone who participates in all 9 workshops is eligible to enter video work into the first annual Digital Lab Time-Based Art Festival.
See the workshop lineup and calendar.
If you have specific questions please email email@example.com prior to the workshop.)
Photo, video and other equipment is available for student checkout. Some equipment is class-specific and only circulates to students currently enrolled in those classes. Ncard must be presented to check out any equipment.
For Photo Students:
Photo Equipment Reservation Form.
For Photo Students and those who need to document work:
Photo Studio Reservation Form.
To reserve a Digital SLR camera, Video Camera or Audio Recorder:
Digital Equipment Reservation Form.
Students in many Art and Art History have lab fees allotted for printing projects, but this doesn't happen automatically when enrolled.
In order to access and print with the 17," 24" and 44" large-format inkjet printers and the B/W and PANTONE Xerox laser printer, your instructor must request Papercut accounts for each student in the class. Faculty should fill out the following Papercut Printing Account Request Form for each class using lab fees for printing. This must be submitted at least 24 hours before students need to print for class. Papercut is only good at the Digital Lab. Uniprint does not work at the Digital Lab.
The AAH Digital Lab functions in a workshop model to help students realize their visions from both the design and production sides of the digital printing workflow. Printing costs also reflect this philosophy.
However, we've included a few video tutorials that walk you through some of the most common printing scenarios and problems.
For a full printing service center, please address your questions to the Instructional Design Center @ Henzlik Hall or UNL Print Services.
Xerox 7800GX Laser Prints:
$0.05/ B/W pg (8.5x11)
$0.09/duplexed B/W page (8.5x11)
$0.17/color pg (8.5x11)
Epson 4800 & 4900 (17" roll) Inkjet Prints:
Epson 7880 (24" roll) Inkjet Prints:
Epson 9900 (44" roll) Inkjet Prints:
Hours for the Spring 2013 semester:
Monday - Friday 8:00am to 4:30pm
Saturday & Sunday | CLOSED
AAH Digital Lab hours are contingent upon classes and meetings scheduled in the seminar room at WAB 209.
Woods Art Building 209A
(through room 209)
Digital Instructional Specialist
Woods Art Building 209C
NEED STUDENT WORK?
Are you proficient with Adobe CS6 softwares such as Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign? Do you have experience with digital printing? Photography? Video? Think you can tutor students in digital media? Apply here for a Student Service position at the Digital Lab. We are looking for assistants for the 2013/2014 school year.