The DMC Classroom is free for all UW-Madison faculty, staff, and graduate students working on university-related projects. Priority use of the classrooms goes to timetable courses and Digital Media center partners. Additionally, priority use goes to classes with an audience composed of UW-Madison faculty, staff, grad students, and undergrads. If your usage request falls outside of this, charges may apply (see Non-Scope Use).
The DMC Classroom is now actually two rooms. In B1144A we have 30 student computer stations. In B1144B we have 10 student computer stations with room for two at each station. All computers run both Microsoft Windows and Mac OSX. Each computer has built-in video cameras and microphones. Each room has a dedicated instructor station with its own computer, a document camera (in B1144A), DVD Player, sound system, and connections for your personal laptop.
With all this hardware you also get access to all current multimedia and productivity software. A list of our classroom software is located here, please confirm with DMC managers that we have what you need. If we do not have the software you need we will evaluate your software request. NOTE: WE NEED A MINIMUM NOTICE OF 10 BUSINESS DAYS TO EVALUATE YOUR SOFTWARE REQUEST.
To request a reservation, fill out the DMC Classroom Request Form. Your reservation request will go to a DMC manager who will determine availability and contact you.
The classroom is available for half-day ($275), full-day ($485) or hourly ($82) rentals for use outside the DMC's mission and core audience.
Stated rates are for Wisconsin government and non-profit groups. Rates do not include custom software installations or workstation customization which cost $64 per hour of labor.
To make rental arrangements or to inquire about a private rental, email the DMC managers at firstname.lastname@example.org.