The self-service Media Lab is located in Room 210 on the second floor of the University of Tennessee Health Sciences Library. The library provides access to digital media resources through the Media Lab, but the lab is self-service for production. The computers, which are supported by the library’s Electronic Services department, offer students, faculty, and researchers access to Microsoft Office, Adobe Acrobat Pro, Adobe Photoshop, and audio/video editing software. The lab also houses the library’s nonprint reserve materials, such as CDs, DVDs, VHS, anatomical models, and computer-based instruction. Patrons can use the Media Lab flatbed scanners to digitize books, pictures, and paper documents to create digital media content.
Faculty and Researchers
Audio and video files can be uploaded to a streaming server for student access via the Internet, Blackboard, or the local access network. For additional information contact Academic Affairs – Educational Technology.
- 6 iMacs and 7 Dell computers
- Videotapes, educational software, and other library AV reserve materials
- Anatomical models
- 13 study carrels in the Media Lab and 11 AV/Group Study rooms on the 3rd floor
- Equipment for viewing and creating CDs and DVDs
- 1 book scanners
- 2 high-volume document scanners with 35-page auto document feeders
- Digital video editing