The Multimedia Resource Center with Ed Tech and Digital Media Services offer a number of services for our faculty including placing media on reserve or aid with video editing and transcoding.
Our New Digital Media Services can help with filming in the studio, setting up media-based classroom assignments, doing classroom visits and workshops
Policy on digitizing media and streaming films. For streaming films, many are available through Kanopy Streaming, Swank and Docuseek. For questions regarding these streaming services please contact Alicia Hansen of the library.
To schedule classrooms in Stein for movie screenings, please use this link.
Our Media Suites I and II
This room may be scheduled for a number of projects-podcasts, videocasts, interviews, Skype recording and more. Be sure to click here for a more extensive description
Transcoding video from European and Asian DVD formats to our standard (PAL, SECAM to NTSC) and NTSC VHS to DVD. We no longer offer PAL VHS. Importing video and audio into digital format so it can be viewed on a computer (EX: snippets of Asian movies are used by a cinema class for comparison and are in pre-formatted in a .mov file that can be shown on a classroom computer or viewed via panopto) Large quantity OCR scanning on request combined with text-to-speech. Scanning access and graphics aid for web use and Powerpoint Acting as a reserve area for personal copies of media (temporary), media from the library and individual departments.
Viewing room that may be reserved for practicums, consultation, breakout discussion, distraction-free workspace, and reviews. Our world viewing room is equipped with a large plasma screen, a multi-region DVD/VCR player, and other equipment. A Virtual Reality console is available upon advance request
An ASL conferencing unit is available upon request
Audiobooks (purchased via Student Development Disability Services) from Learning Ally® for students
Computer Lab that may be reserved for language testing, limited quizzes and specialty software.
*** Those items that DO NOT contain a Call Number are owned by individual faculty and stored temporarily within the collection.
NOTE: Media on reserve at the Multimedia Resource Center is required to be viewed at our location and not to leave or be checked out overnight. Our collection is available for faculty and staff viewing at the discretion of the MRC supervisor.