Technology Learning Center Hardware, Software, and Peripherals

Overview

The Technology Learning Center can be found in Boatwright Library in Room 212 and is open to current faculty, staff, and students. Priority use is to multimedia projects for credit-earning classes.

Details / Instructions

Hardware

TLC PCs Lenovo ThinkStation P520 workstations with 32 GB of RAM
TLC Macs 27 inch iMacs with 16 GB of RAM
TLC Virtual Reality & Gaming 1 Alienware Aurora R13 32 Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 with 32 GB of RAM

Software

Name Description Location
Adobe Creative Cloud Multimedia creation and editing software. Illustrator, Photoshop, Premiere, After Effects, InDesign, Encoder, Acrobat All TLC computers have the full suite
Camtasia Screen recorder and video editor to create video tutorials and other instructional videos. TLC AV rooms
Final Cut Pro Professional non-linear video editing application TLC AV rooms
Blender 3D modeling program All TLC Macs
Sketchup Pro 3D modeling program All TLC Macs
Rhino 3D modeling program Mac in 3d printing room
Meshmixer 3D modeling program All TLC Macs
Tableau Data visualization software All TLC PCs
Panopto Record, live stream, host, share and search videos with an all-in-one video platform.  All TLC Macs
Standard Lab Software Standard software for the Academic Computing Services public lab computers.  All TLC computers

 Peripheral Hardware

Dual Monitors Dual monitors allow a user to use two monitors from a single computer allowing a larger visual workspace All TLC computers
Samsung Odyssey G9 1 gaming monitor for virtual reality and gaming Virtual Reality lab only
Wacom tablets Digitally draw, sketch, or work with graphics using a pen or mouse tool. 2 Wacom tablets available
Wacom Cintiq monitor Touch screen display that allows you draw on the monitor. 1 Cintiq monitor
Blue Yeti microphones Desktop microphones that record quality audio.  All AV rooms
Epson Expression 10000XL scanner Graphics scanner with larger scan bed 12.2” x 17.2. 1 graphics scanner
Epson Perfection v850 Pro scanner with hood Scanner with transparency hood for scanning slides and film. Request film holders at the front desk. 1 film scanner
Epson GT 2500 scanner with ADF Scanner with automatic document feeder. 1 document scanner
Desktop ring lights​​​​​​ Ring lights to improve lighting in video recordings or Zoom meetings or interviews. All AV rooms
Standing ring light Angler Bi-Color LED Ring Light (18") with phone holder 1 freestanding light. Available for checkout.
Form3 3d printer  Form3 printer prints uses liquid resin with a 5.7 × 5.7 × 7.3 build volume. 1 Form3 printer. Request an appointment. Limitations apply
Ultimaker S5 3d printer Dual extrusion 3d printer with a build volume of 13 x 9.4 x 11.8 inches.  1 Ultimaker printer. Request an appointment. Limitations apply
HP M855 color printer A networked color printer. Printer requires PCounter credits Print from any TLC computer. 
HP P4015x black & white printer A networked black & white printer. Printer requires PCounter credits Print from any TLC computer.
HP Designjet Z6800 poster printer Large format plotter with a width of 60 inches.  1 poster print. Request an appointment. Limitations apply.
Studio headphones Studio headphones using a 3.5 mm jack to listen to audio recordings in the TLC lab. Available upon request.

See Also

See Technology Learning Center for services and to submit service requests. 

 

Details

Article ID: 113212
Created
Wed 8/5/20 5:33 PM
Modified
Fri 8/26/22 9:03 AM

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The TLC offers high-resolution, resin 3D printing on a Formlabs Form3 printer. Our dedicated 3d printing room is in our new location in Room 212 on the second floor of Boatwright Library.
The TLC offers high-quality art printing using our Epson SureColor P7000 printer.
The TLC offers high-end cameras (DSLR, video, GoPros), audio recording equipment, lighting equipment, and accessories available for three-day checkout.
TLC staff are always available to assist with anything from equipment setup to photo and video editing.
The Technology Learning Center supports large format poster printing for University of Richmond credit-earning class projects and conferences.
Issues and Questions related to the Technology Learning Center.
The Technology Learning Center has audio/video rooms available for reservation that offer a myriad of different resources fit for many tech needs.
One-on-one or group training and consultations for a variety of multimedia software tools, led by TLC staff members who specialize in those tools.
VR and AR training one-on-one and workshops available by appointment.
The Technology Learning Center (TLC) supports the creation and use of multimedia in teaching and learning with an emphasis on course-related digital media projects.