Students, residents and faculty members can now create presentation graphics, put videotapes of lectures online and design their own web sites at a new Digital Imaging Center located in the medical library. Judy Spak, instructional technology coordinator at the library, said students are also using the equipment to prepare graphics for their theses. The new center, comprised of three state-of-the-art computers in the Computer Resource Laboratory, a digital camera, color printer, color scanner, and a full suite of imaging and graphics software, was the gift of Martin E. Gordon, M.D. ’46, and his wife, Evelyn Gordon. Gordon, who heads the Associates of the Cushing/Whitney Medical Library, demonstrated the new equipment at a reception in November.