Technology at MIAD
MIAD uses state of the art technology related to the creation of art and design.
Computers are available for use to all MIAD students. Institutional Technology staff and their student monitors are available for assistance in the labs. The Technology Services desk provides a wide array of computer equipment and accessories for all students including laptop chargers, a plethora of adapters and digital drawing accessories. The labs are the following:
- 235A – 1 computer
- 235B – 19 computers, 20 Wacom tablets
- 245 – 19 computers
- 255 – 21 computers
- 270 Digital Media Classroom – 1 Wacom tablet
- 440 Emerging Technology Center – 6 computers
- 445 Innovation Center – 3 computers, 5 tablets
- Library – 4 Computers
Lubar Emerging Technology Center (ETC)
The Lubar Emerging Technology Center (ETC) is a place where MIAD students, staff and faculty engage with technologies as they develop. The purpose of the Lubar ETC is to help students learn how to learn to use technology to support their creative practice. All students have full access to the lab, regardless of course of study or discipline. The lab supports 3 types of digital making: Rapid Prototyping, Immersive Technology, and Physical Computing.
For detailed information, visit the Lubar Emerging Technology Center here.
Campus technology help desk and support portal
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