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Computing on Campus: Labs
- Campus Computing Sites
Public access workstations for use by U-M students, faculty, and staff.
- 3D Lab
Lab providing technologies for 3D modeling and animation, visualization, 3D printing, virtual reality, and more.
- Adaptive Technology Computing Site
Site designed to accommodate the IT needs of physically, visually, learning, and ergonomically impaired individuals.
- Classroom Reservation and Instructional Software Submission (CRISS)
Services and resources for computing classroom reservations and course software submissions.
- Computers at the Duderstadt Center (North Campus)
More than 400 workstations, including those running Windows, Macintosh, and Unix, available for use by U-M students, faculty, and staff.
- Digital Audio, Video and Music Studios and Labs
The Digital Media Tools Lab in the North Campus Duderstadt building provides a wealth of multimedia resources.
- Media Conversion Lab
The Groundworks Media Conversion Lab supports the conversion of digital and analog media (e.g., CD, DVD, VHS, Hi-8, etc.) from one format to another.
- Residence Halls Computing Program (ResComp)
Provides IT education, services, and support to University Housing residents, Living Learning programs, staff, and faculty.