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The Emerson Multimedia Center Other Equipment & Amenities

The Emerson Multimedia Center is located on the first floor of the library. The PCs in that area are enabled for:

  • Scanning
  • Graphics manipulation
  • Digital video editing

The Multimedia Center also contains a print shop that provides color printing, poster printing, and other services. To see available services and fees, visit the Multimedia Center home page.

The library also provides laptops that can be checked out for in-library use, as well as is a video projector and screen for presentations for use in the library conference rooms or library study rooms.

Study Rooms:

Third floor study rooms, with the exception of room 316, are available on a first come, first served basis. Dry erase markers may be borrowed at the Circulation Desk for use in the study rooms.

There are two conference rooms on the second floor which may be reserved in advance at the Circulation Desk, 341-4008.

 

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