Answered By: Information Commons Last Updated: Jan 25, 2016 Views: 20
Irwin Library provides a Listening/Viewing Area in the basement of Irwin Library with equipment for individuals using our audio-visual collections. The room includes televisions, a DVD player (incl. Region 2), VCRs (incl. Region 2), a CD player, a cassette player, and a record player. Headsets can be checked out at the Information Services Desk.
Irwin Library's computer lab has an iMac that specializes in multimedia (rich media). It has Panopto, extra RAM, a multi-format memory card reader, and all the usual iMac media functionality -- built-in microphone and webcam, the iLife suite (including iMovie, GarageBand, etc.). There is a record player next to the iMac.
There are also record players in many classrooms in Lilly Hall, the Jordan College of the Arts building: LH 044, LH 110, LH 112, LH 120, LH 124, LH 133, LH 139, LH 141, LH 145, LH 310, and LH 319.
For more information on mediated rooms on campus, check this list of services in each room on campus.