OIT academic support services groups move to Lewis Library
Several of OIT's academic support services have found a new home in the Frank Gehry-designed Lewis Science Library. Please see the websites indicated for details of location and service hours.
New Media Center (NMC)
The New Media Center, with its state-of-the-art multimedia Mac and PC laboratory of the latest hardware, software and audio/video equipment, provides instruction and one-on-one assistance for digital media creation, color printing, a/v capture and editing, photo scanning, 3D modeling and CD/DVD creation. The NMC has moved from 87 Prospect to the first floor of Lewis Library. For more information, see: www.princeton.edu/newmedia.
Education Technologies Center (ETC)
OIT's Educational Technologies Center, which assists Princeton faculty to use technology in teaching, has moved from the Frist Campus Center to the second floor at Lewis Library, and has expanded to include Web Development Services. For more information, see: www.princeton.edu/etc.
Many components of the TIGRESS High Performance Computing and Visualization Center have also moved to the Lewis Science Library. For more information, see: tigress.princeton.edu.
The new Broadcast Center provides video production for major events on campus including Opening Exercises and Commencement, Video Course Introductions, conferences and colloquia, as well as Public Lecture Series presentations. Webcasts and podcasts of events are generally available and date back to1998. For more information, see: www.princeton.edu/bc.