Faculty and Staff may borrow projection screens, and overhead projectors. Faculty and Staff will need to let the Media & Digital Resource Librarian know if they plan to use the materials longer than the standard check out time.
Graduate students may borrow equipment longer than the standard check out time, as long as they communicate with Media & Digital Services (firstname.lastname@example.org) through email, phone, or in person.
Students may borrow only certain items of equipment. These include digital cameras, digital camcorders, tripods, voice recorders, tape recorders, Mac VGA connector cables, headphone splitters, SD card readers, and portable DVD/Tape players. Students may also use most of the remaining equipment in-house with permission from the Media Librarian. For a list of tutorials about various equipment please see the Media Tutorials Guide.
Faculty, staff, and students are responsible for damage or loss of equipment that they checkout. If library material is damaged or is lost, the patron is billed for the replacement cost of the material plus any fines and fees.
Equipment can only be checked out of the Media Services Lab from the hours of 8:30 am-5:00 pm Monday through Friday.
Cameras and some accessories can be checked out for 24 hours. The patron is charged a $5 fine every day that the equipment is turned in late.
Equipment Available for 1 day Checkout:
Equipment Available for 3-7 Day Checkout:
Equipment Available for In-house Use:
Multimedia Computers with DVD and CD Burners
Adobe Premiere Pro-based Video Editing Equipment
Vinyl Record Player and Digital Recorder
Maker Space Equipment:
DSLR with Tripod
Muslin Backdrops In Black, White & Chroma Green
iMac Editing Station
61-Key Midi Keyboard
Supplies, including blank DVDs and CDs can be purchased at Media Services. Faculty and staff may purchase supplies from Media Services with charge back to their departments. Students must use their Passport cards for purchases. Here is the complete Media Supplies Price List.
The Media Services Department offers access to and lab instruction for the most popular media-production software. High Point University faculty, staff, and students working on media projects are encouraged to stop by the lab for assistance.
Here is a complete list of the available software:
|Design and graphics||Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign CS6, Sketch Up Pro, as well as Microsoft Publisher.|
|Video editing||Adobe Premier Pro, Encore, and After Effects CS6, as well as iMovie, Handbrake, DVD studio pro, iDVD, Motion, and MovieMaker|
|Music and sound||Audacity and Garageband.|
|Presentation||Microsoft PowerPoint and Keynote.|
|Document editing and creation||Adobe Acrobat, Microsoft Word and Publisher, Pages, and iBook Author.|
|Other||Adobe Bridge, Numbers, SPSS Statistics, and DPS App Builder.|
Helpful software links:
The Media Lab houses 9 PC computers and 6 Mac computers, all with popular media software for multimedia projects. The lab also houses a black and white printer/copier, high quality paper cutters, and more. The computers in the Media Lab are first come, first serve.
The first floor also houses Lecture Rooms for classes, but also for study groups, meetings, and more. The Lecture Rooms include a PC computer, BluRay DVD player, document camera, display, and movable desks. To make a reservation, please visit this page to view calendars and fill out a request for the lecture rooms.
The first floor also includes collaboration stations, with television displays at large tables. These stations are ideal for students or faculty working in groups. They include BluRay, DVD player, and cables for easy laptop hook up.
Email email@example.com for questions about the collaboration stations.