Media Resource Services -
Audiovisual Materials / Media Labs
Media Resource Services: CK-202, 410-704-8765
Media Resource Services (MRS) maintains a collection of over 10,000 videos and films for faculty and student use. Students must view video materials in the Media Lab. MRS also has a collection of audiocassettes, phonograph records, and CDs. Students may listen to these in the Media Lab or check them out. A TU OneCard is needed to checkout materials.
Media Listening & Viewing Lab
The Media Listening & Viewing Lab, located in CK 202, offers several equipment stations to view DVD, VHS, and laser disc materials from the collection or faculty reserves. Turntables, cassette players, and CD players are available to listen to the audio collection. Users must present a TU OneCard or other photo ID to view materials in the Viewing Lab. Keys, credit cards and clothing items will not be accepted.
Multimedia Editing & Specialty Software Lab
Cook Library offers a resource center for producing, editing, and viewing multimedia files and documents.
Macs in the Library! We've added 3 Macintosh computers. 2 are 24-inch iMacs and there's a PowerMac featuring a 30-inch Cinema Screen monitor.
Special Software We've installed several programs to help you create your digital media world. We have easy-to-use applications for the general user and we have powerful, professional applications, including ones used in the College of Fine Arts courses. Besides multimedia editing software, this is also the place where we will offer specialty software titles that support a variety of disciplines.
Audio-Visual Equipment Loan
Need a netbook? How about a digital video camera or a digital audio recorder? MRS maintains and circulates an inventory of audio/video production and presentation equipment for use on campus and in our labs. Some items must be used in our MRS labs, but most may be borrowed for 1-3 days.