Workshops

Each fall and spring semester, the DMC offers a series of non-credit workshops on a variety of topics. Workshops are generally one to two hours, hands-on sessions that provide an overview of a particular piece of hardware, software or equipment, or a set of tips and techniques in a particular discipline or medium. DMC workshops are free and open to the entire JHU community, although preference is given to fill-time students on the Homewood campus.

Check out the workshops and events we are offering by clicking and using your JHED to log into our member wiki to view our Fall 2014 schedule.

Lab Coaches

The DMC employs a team of student Lab Coaches to work one-on-one with lab users in such areas as learning new skills and techniques, becoming authorized to use sophisticated DMC equipment, project planning and troubleshooting. Lab Coaches are extremely skilled and experienced in their specialty area and are well-suited to peer-to-peer guidance and training.

Call 410-516-3817 or stop in to the DMC to schedule a lab coach.

Lynda Kiosk

To help you learn software, creative, and business skills, the DMC computer lab is equipped with a specially optimized Lynda training kiosk featuring two monitors and quick access to the comprehensive online database of tutorials. Try it out out today!

Online Resources

Online Tutorials

  • DMC Help
  • The DMC provides patrons with useful documentation and tutorials through our DMC Help resource. Please note that this site requires JHED login.
  • Lynda.com
  • Lynda.com offers great online video tutorials. Please be aware that some of these tutorials are not free of charge.
  • Adobe TV
  • Adobe offers software related video tutorials completely free of charge. Tutorials range from beginner level to more advanced.
  • W3 Schools
  • Everything you need to know to get started developing for the web. The W3 schools provide free online tutorials in HTML, CSS, Javascript and more.
  • Safari Books
  • The Sheridan Libraries at JHU have a subscription to Safari Books Online. This resource includes many books as well as Lynda.com tutorial videos.

News and Inspiration

  • Rhizome.org
  • Housed in the New Museum in NY, Rhizome supports creative works that engage technology.
  • Ars Technica
  • Ars Technica provides news and reviews of technology as it shapes our world.
  • TechCrunch
  • Tech Crunch is a news outlet that covers startups, gear, and tech culture.
  • UbuWeb
  • UbuWeb is a database of primary source, avant garde art.