The Kenneth Shuler Instructional Media Center provides a wide range of multimedia creation and presentation services for the Marquette University community. Our primary goal is to support and enhance Marquette's classroom instruction through technology. The IMC is also responsible for audiovisual equipment distribution and technical support in presentation classrooms throughout campus. In addition, we produce media that augment the university's public communication goals. These efforts include the creation of photography, audio, videos and multimedia for marketing, advancement and student recruiting purposes.
IMC's state-of-the-art facilities include two television studios, several video editing suites, audio studios, computer graphics workstations and digital conversion systems. Our facilities are also an important component of the J. William and Mary Diederich College of Communication curriculum, serving as classrooms and labs for broadcast and electronic communication students. The studios are also used by MUTV and MUR, Marquette's student-operated campus television and radio stations.