Multimedia Collaboration Room (MCR) in the Tompkins-McCaw Library is a self-service facility for collaborative study, multimedia computing, and making presentation materials.
The Center for Teaching Excellence promotes faculty development through a variety of tutorials, workshops and consultations. They also administer classroom technology such as Blackboard and clickers.
Technology Services helpIT service provides computing support, to include AV equipment and computer peripheral loans and troubleshooting nearly anything relating to the VCU network.
Technology Services Media Support Services provides limited AV equipment loan (i.e. unusual formats), classroom support, media duplication, satellite teleconferencing, and media server services to the university and VCUMC clients.
Technology Services LearnIT offer a wide range of instruction, with topics such as Video Conversion Techniques, MAC Video, Microsoft Office 2007 Office, and BlackBoard Management. It also includes links to other VCU training options.
World Studies Media Center in the School of World Studies houses an international film collection and language learning lab. In addition, they provide production services such as audio and video duplications, format conversions, digitizing, and support for media streaming.