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EDTP 245: Children's Literature: Digital & Multimedia Resources

A guide to library and university resources relevant this course

Course assignments like the Digital Memoir and Small Group Genre Presentation may require a digital and/or multimedia component. As a member of the UofL community, you have access to several resources, including software, tutorials, rental equipment, and more, to assist your project development.

Resources for Images

Interested in adding visuals to your multi-modal projects? Be sure to check out these resources. 

A more comprehensive listing of image resources and databases may be found on this Image Resources guide.: 

Digital Media Suite

As part of the Ekstrom Library Learning Commons, the Digital Media Suite (DMS) is a unit of the Delphi Center for Teaching and Learning offering students, faculty, and staff access to equipment and support for the creation and editing of images, sound, and video. Discover the possibilities by visiting the Audio or Video Studio to capture your vision, bring your ideas to life on the specialized computer editing stations, borrow high-quality recording equipment for on-the-go creation, or receive guidance from knowledgeable staff to bring your media projects to fruition. Whether you prefer independent work or collaborative projects, the Digital Media Suite offers a vibrant environment for learning and experimentation.

What does the DMS have for you?

  • Tutors to assist with any academic digital project

  • 5 iMac computers

  • 11 Windows computers

  • Adobe Creative Cloud Suite software

  • Microsoft Office software

 The Suite also offers a fully equipped audio/video recording studio.

To learn more and/or schedule an appointment, visit the Digital Media Suite's website.

Free Adobe Creative Cloud

As a member of the UofL community, you have free access to the Adobe Creative Cloud suite, giving you access to apps like Audition, After Effects, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and more. 

LinkedIn Learning

Brush up on your multi-modal skills with free LinkedIn Learning courses, available free to the UofL community. To learn more and to access over 16,000 courses, visit the LinkedIn Learning page.