Answered By: Stephanie Folse
Last Updated: Jun 07, 2016     Views: 65

Five Media Editing Rooms are available on the 1st floor of the Library next to the GIGA Lab (map). These rooms are equipped with:

  • high end computers—3 Macs and 2 Windows
  • three monitors each
  • connections for video cameras and audio devices
  • audio/video editing software

These rooms can be reserved for up to four hours for working on audio/video projects.

They are not intended as general use study spaces—many other study rooms and quiet seating areas are available in the Library and Rees-Jones Hall for general study.

To use one of the media editing rooms, first make a reservation using this calendar. Rooms are locked, so you will need to check out a key from the Library Services Desk (map) on the second floor.

Be sure to reserve the room before trying to check out a key.


Help and Instruction on Media Production and Editing

Information Commons Lab Managers and the Innovation Collaborator collaborator can offer quick assistance with technology in the study rooms. For in depth information on media production tools and techniques, the TCU New Media Writing Studio offers online tutorials, classes, and individual assistance. Most software available in the New Media Writing Studio lab is also available on the computers in the Library Media Editing Rooms, so you can continue work on projects you start in the NMWS in the Library during hours that the NMWS lab is unavailable.

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