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Digital Learning and Media Center

About the DLMC

The Anita Grover MD '74 and Tom Hargrove P'14 Digital Learning and Media Center (DLMC) is a state-of-the-art, learning space that can be used as a collaborative studio, a formal classroom, a computer lab, a showcase for student work, and a hub for creativity. Since 2012, the staff at the DLMC have supported hundreds of course-based projects ranging from video narratives (digital storytelling) to podcasts, mapping projects, webpage & site design, and more. The DLMC is a space rich with both computing resources, and a wide range of digital media equipment available for loan (HD cameras, tripods, GoPros, audio recorders). Led by the Instructional Designer for Innovative Media and a team of 16 skilled student Media Mentors, the DLMC provides support 7 days a week. We share our expertise in digital media and learning, and collaborate with faculty in ways that complement their approach to teaching. Some possible student project types include:

  • Video Narratives (digital storytelling) & podcasts
  • Mapping projects
  • Website creation
  • Enhanced digital presentations & Interactive posters


We partner with Colgate faculty of all disciplines who are interested in teaching with video or assigning a video or other multimedia project to their students. The support we offer includes:

  • Consultation around media creation for teaching
  • Content planning and storyboarding
  • Consultation around crafting media assignments
  • Syllabi planning for benchmarks and formative assessments
  • Teach technology workshops

Media Mentor Program 

New Media Mentors are being hired for the 2019-2020 academic year starting in March, look on the Student Employment tab in the portal for the job posting. Learn about the job and apply.


If you are interested in learning more about the DLMC, please contact our Instructional Designer for Innovative Media:

Sarah Kunze