Location and Hours

Neill Hall 115

Fall and spring semester hours

Monday – Thursday: 8:00am to 10:00pm
Friday: 8:00am to 5:00pm
Saturday: 12:00pm to 5:00pm
Sunday: 12:00pm to 10:00pm

Spring Break Hours

Friday March 9:  8:00am to 5:00pm
Saturday March 10 – Saturday March 17:  Closed
Sunday March 18:  12:00pm to 10:00pm


Jacob Dorer
Technology Support Coordinator


User Guides

GarageBand FAQ
HandBreak (PDF)
iMovie 11 FAQ (PDF)
Audacity Download & Installation Guide for Mac (gdoc)
Audacity Download & Installation Guide for Windows (gdoc)
Audacity User Guide for Mac (PDF)
Audacity User Guide for Windows (PDF)
Non-Standard Software List


Computer Lab 20 iMacs running Mac OS 10.12
Digital Audio/Video Editing Suites
Anger 115G
Greed 115D
Gluttony 115C
Pride 115B
Envy 115A
iMac computer with iLife, Adobe Creative Suite, and other software
MIDI Keyboard Composition Suite 115L 3 iMac computers each with a MIDI keyboard and Finale Music Composing and Notation software.
Digital Projects Suite
Reserved for work on digital projects and scholarship, and digitization projects. Equipped with an iMac with editing software, and media digitizing equipment including book scanner, VCR, audio cassette, and vinyl record players.
Printing Color Printer
2 Black and white HP Laserjet printers
Poster Printer reserved for academic use, more information available on the poster printing website.
Makerbot 3D Printing, email digitalresourcecenter@macalester.edu for more information
Scanning 8.5″ x 11″ flatbed scanner
11.5″ by 17″ large-format flatbed scanner
Nikon Coolscan V slide scanner
Fujitsu SnapScan Book scanner
NextEngine 3D object scanner
Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Adobe Flash, Acrobat Pro
Lounge The Digital Resource Center lounge is a comfortable area to read, study, or converse quietly. Wireless and wired network connections are available.
Technical Assistance and Consulting Services Digital Resource Center student employees are trained to provide assistance to users, including how to use the editing suite equipment and software applications installed on the computers. Student employees also trouble-shoot classroom media issues in Neill Hall.