Yale's New Media Centers


Yale University joined the New Media Centers (NMC) consortium in 1997. From the New Media Centers mission statement...

"... first announced in October 1993, [NMC] works to improve higher education through the use of innovative new media tools and technologies to facilitate learning. Through the partnership with hardware, software, and publishing companies such as Apple Computer, Adobe, Compaq, and Macromedia, the New Media Center on each campus introduces faculty to the tools and techniques of digital media. Most importantly, the Centers' activities focus on appropriate use of technology for media-based curriculum materials in classroom, laboratory, studio and other settings..."


  • To find out more about NMC, their home page is at http://www.csulb.edu/gc/nmc/
  • Yale's contact for NMC is Ed Kairiss in Academic Computing Services
  • For more information about New Media activities at Yale, visit the web sites of the following campus groups...

The Digital Media Center for the Arts supports cross-disciplinary interaction, discovery, and creation within the Arts Area community in the field of electronic media

The Center for Advanced Instructional Media designs, develops, and evaluates innovative multimedia teaching materials

The Yale Language Laboratory provides a variety of multimedia services and support to faculty and students in Yale's language departments.

The Yale University Library Electronic Text Center provides members of the Yale community with access to electronic texts, multi-media resources, and web development tools.

Academic Computing Services provides training, consultation, and prototyping services in New Media as part of its support for Instructional Computing


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