Fall Quarter 2021
We are currently facilitating equipment checkouts primarily for classes in the arts, virtual arts programming on campus, and studio work at the Logan Center. Please inquire with us if you are interested in using the Media Center's resources but your work does not fall into one of these categories, as we are currently offering virtual General Access Orientations on a limited basis. If you have any questions about access or support for a specific project or class, please contact us at email@example.com.
The Logan Center is not yet open to all members of the University community, and access is being granted on a per-department, per-class, or per-unit basis. However, our edit suites, production facilities, and classrooms are open to students, staff, and faculty who have been approved for access to the Logan Center. Please help us keep this community safe by maintaining appropriate social distancing and following disinfection protocols when you are in these spaces.
Adobe & Software Access
The Logan Center will not be offering remote access to software. To use software here in the edit suites or comouter lab please first go through the General Access Orientation (link TBA).
Online Learning Resources
- All-new JLMC-produced guided video tutorials on Zoom, Canvas, and media production apps
- UChicago Arts Remote Teaching Resources (working document)
- Sign up for workshops, trainings, and other learning sessions
- Reserve equipment through WebCheckout
- Reserve an edit suite through Robin
- Submit a large-format print job
- View our complete inventory
About the Logan Media Center
A joint effort of the Humanities Division, Information Technology Services (ITS), and the Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts, the Jonathan Logan Family Foundation Media Center (LMC) supports the arts at UChicago by providing AV equipment, production space, software, and technical training.
Our equipment and facilities are available to University of Chicago students, staff, and faculty for artistic creation and teaching. We support the curricular needs of courses in the arts; individual student and faculty artists, co-curricular and extracurricular arts organizations on campus; and other campus artists with the approval of LMC staff. In addition, we work with our campus and community partners to provide AV support for events that take place at the Logan Center.
Cage Hours (Fall 2021):
Monday-Friday, 9am - 6pm
(Weekend Hours TBA)
Edit Suite Booking
Robin Room Schedule
Ben Chandler, Assistant Director Jonathan Logan Media Center
Elizabeth Myles, Digital Storytelling Initiative Program Manager
Anika Steppe, Jonathan Logan Media Center Coordinator