Kayla Shuman – Virtuoso
Learn how to fuse art with science to design mobile apps, create ad campaigns, launch start-ups, and much more with our Digital Communications (digiCOM) program.
As a digiCOM major, you’ll gain hands-on experience with industry-standard software. Our LVC Maker Space allows you to work with digital fabrication equipment (like 3D printers, digital scanners, and laser cutters) to flex your creativity and turn your ideas into reality. In the Usability Lab, you’ll how to do usability research on your own designs. The Studio Lounge provides a space for you to collaborate with your peers while surrounded by inspiring work.
What can you do with digital media technology? Well, if you’re a LVC student—a lot. Check out this video to see how your peers use program technology to create exciting designs.
The Design, Media & Technology department (DMT) has created the Emerging Media Lab (EML) to provide LVC students with an understanding of and exposure to disruptive technologies, allow them to assess the strengths and weaknesses of these technologies, and aid in developing design strategies for them.
Internships play a large role in Digital Communications. Students who declare digiCOM as their major will be required to take at least three credits of internship, which is pass/fail.
Recent internship sites include Hershey Foods, TE Connectivity, the Hershey Bears, McKenney’s, Inc., and more.
LVC digiCOM students can view internship requirements here.
Lebanon Valley College’s Kalo Creative is a student-operated ad agency founded in 2014 that actively engages students with local nonprofits. The one-credit course provides pro bono marketing and communications services to community organizations, offering students practical experience in project management and client relations and area nonprofits marketing help.
Professor of Design, Media, and Technology
Clyde A. Lynch 119-B
Adjunct Instructor of Design, Media, and Technology
Wagner House, Second Floor
Associate Professor of Design, Media, & Technology
Clyde A. Lynch 285-I
Looking to feel inspired? Watch these capstone project videos from the students who came before you—and get excited to make your own work come to life.