iLab

iLab

 

Dennis Ryan calls it a “sweet place.”

Ryan is an instructor in Lorain County Community College’s Arts and Humanities Division.  He teaches graphic design.  The “sweet place” he refers to is the Apple iLab in the PC Campana Engineering Technologies Building.

“We have 28 Macintosh machines, high end MACS,” said Ryan.  “They are all designed to provide our computer graphic and design students with state-of-the-art technology.”  The iLab will also offer Apple and Adobe certifications.

LCCC Journalism and Telecommunications students use the lab for video and sound editing.  The lab is available to students taking coursework in a variety of computer art and graphic design classes.

“Anytime you have a facility like this,” continued Ryan, “you can recruit people who really want to have access to the latest tools and technology and I have no doubt in my mind that this is one of the best labs in the state of Ohio, bar none.”

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