Due to the outbreak of COVID-19 and subsequent university response, the Media Center is temporarily closed; hours are subject to change.
Appointments through which to checkout equipment to faculty for virtual learning are available on request.
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The Media Center is part of the Paul and Rosemary Trible Library. We are located on the second floor, in the newest part of the library, across from the Reference Desk. We offer dedicated spaces with computers for editing video, audio and images. Our service desk offers training and is where you can inquire about equipment and check out what you need. The Media Center's collection space contains our extensive DVD and Blu-ray collections. We also house a CD collection inside the Media Center. Our equipment and services support the curriculum, student research, and the overall classroom experience. Please come visit us!
In order to check out most equipment, you will want to read over our official Equipment Loan Policy. This is to make sure you understand the responsibility of checking out equipment. You may also choose to reserve equipment for a time in the future. Please know that any reservations less than 48 hours in advance will not be honored. You will need your CNU ID to check out anything from the Media Center -- please, make sure that you have registered your ID with the Trible Library at the Main Circulation Desk beforehand.
The tabs in the upper left of this page contain most of our circulating equipment found in the Trible Library Media Center. If you are a professor and would like to use equipment for a class project, please email email@example.com so that we can best serve your needs.
Please note that most all equipment has a digital copy of the user's manual on the following pages. Please ask at the service desk if you are interested in a hands-on demonstration or more in depth training with any of our equipment. Demonstrated proficiency is expected for many of the items we carry.
Library Collaborative Spaces
Connecting to a Solstice Collaborative Display
Video Conferencing Room