support of the Fine Arts programs, the Westby Computer Art Labs
provide state-of the-art facilities and technology for developing
digital projects and experimenting in fine art, art education, graphic
design, photography, digital printing, web design, and multimedia.
The facility includes 4 computer labs
and classrooms, consisting of color calibrated Macintosh workstations,
several flatbed and film scanners, Canon, Nikon, and Olympus digital cameras,
Panasonic and Sony digital video cameras,
a production level HP color laser printer and saddle-sticher,
three wide format inkjet printers, ethernet and wireless network,
and a wide variety of industry-standard software.
on the second floor of Westby Hall, the labs are open throughout
the day and lab assistants are available to assist students and
In addition to supporting curriculum and providing
first level assistance to both faculty and students, we also support
technology integration through research and experimentation with
a variety of technologies, develop digital projects for faculty,
create online tutorials, and provide resource information on a large variety of topics.
FWS (Federal Work Study) Lab assistant position available in the Westby Computer Art Labs.
Must have experience with Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator.
Plus to have HTML5, CSS3, or Dreamweaver experience.
Send résumé and references to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lynda.com is Here!
Thanks to the folks at Rowan’s Information Resources Training Services we now have access to Lynda.com’s wonderful collection of online software tutorials. This includes video lessons and exercise files for titles such as Photoshop, Illustrator, Rhino, Dreamweaver, and ZBrush. There are also tutorials in web coding, such as HTML5, CSS3, and PHP and business related videos. Check out this valuable reseource. You will not be disappointed.
To access the Lynda.com Online Training:
Click here to login
Enter your Rowan Network Username and Password
Create a profile (first time only)
Complete recommended course: “How to use lynda.com” by Garrick Chow