Below, on the left side, are a list of different places you can go on campus to find additional equipment resources and to get help with equipment / content creation at Emory.
Below, on the right side, are news and updates about the collection and spaces at Emory to help you with your multimedia projects.
Where can I get...
|Macmillan Law Library||Pitts Theology Library||Woodruff Health Sciences Library||Cox Hall||Heilbrun Music & Media Library||DUC Info Desk|
|Cell Phone Chargers|
|Laptops (library use only)|
|External Hard Drives|
|Apple USB SuperDrives (MediaLab use only)|
|Display adapters (laptops, tablets & smartphones)|
|Games (PS4, Wii U, Xbox One)|
|Cameras & tripods|
|Projection screens & PA systems|
* The Macmillan Law Library supplies only Macbook laptop chargers, no PC.
The Marian K. Heilbrun Music and Media Library is located on the fourth floor of the Woodruff Main Library building (accessible from the front Lobby Elevators). This branch of the Woodruff Library houses the primary circulating equipment collection for Emory and also provides video, audio, print, and e-resources to assist with music and media research at Emory.
Click here for our main page including hours of operation.
Classroom Technology Support (Class Tech) provides specialized in-room support, consultation and training services to assist the Emory community with the technical and logistical aspects of technology use in classrooms, meeting rooms and collaborative settings across campus.
Click here for our main page.
Located across the Heilbrun Music&Media Library service desk on Level 4 of Woodruff Library, MediaLab provides assistance, resources, and technology for graphic design, video, audio, and image post production, web development, and 3D modelling. It also provides access to Lynda.com that offers thousands of relevant video tutorials.
Click here for the MediaLab website, including hours of operation
The Emory Center for Digital Scholarship (ECDS) is located on the third floor of the Woodruff Main Library building and provides consulting expertise, project coordination, and a technology-rich collaborative space for faculty, staff, and students to incorporate digital tools and methods into research, teaching, and publishing.
Because the center is committed to connecting the Emory community with digital scholarship services across the library, ECDS hosts specialized office hours for some resources not supported by ECDS staff. If you need help with the following, come into the center to speak with an expert from Emory Library,
Copyright and Intellectual Property: Melanie Kowalski, Copyright and Scholarly Communications Librarian. Thursdays from 3:00–5:00pm.
Video Projects and Video Editing: Steve Bransford, Educational Analyst for Video. Thursdays from 1:00–2:30pm.
The Emory College Writing Center supports Emory's Domain of One's Own program.
Domain Lab Hours:
Wednesdays 11 AM -12 PM
PLEASE NOTE: the Writing Center has a temporary location for the summer: Math and Science Center Room E301. They will return to N204 Callaway in the Fall.
The Domain Lab Hours are intended for students who want to work on their project in an environment conducive to work. Fellows and peers are available to answer questions. They can help brainstorm a project, think about design approaches, incorporate images, or address more technical issues.
Click here for the Emory Writing Center's resources for students in Domain classes.
Click here for the Research Guide to the Emory Writing Center.
Located on the second floor of Cox Hall, the Computing Center combines flexible space with integrated technologies to encourage collaboration and facilitate faculty/student interactions. Creative lighting, large computer workstations, LED display screens, reservable classrooms, and comfortable seating all combine to form a modern, relaxed atmosphere perfect for group study or just a cup of coffee.
Click here for the Computing Center at Cox Hall's main page including hours of operation.
Click here for a list of equipment that is circulated from the Computing Center at Cox Hall.
Located Inside the Computing Center, TechLab is a research and development space for new and emerging technologies. It is also a workshop space where students can use a variety of tools (including 3D printers and scanners) to bring ideas to life.
TechLab does not provide phone consultations. They do accept walk-up requests during their business hours.
Summer 2016 Hours: Mon – Fri: 12pm – 5pm | Sat - Sun: Closed
Click here for the TechLab page including hours of operation.
(STS) is a free service for Emory students providing technical support and assistance for a variety of issues on student-owned devices including computers, mobile phones, and tablets.
The Student Tech Support office does NOT provide phone support. If you need immediate phone support, please contact the University Service Desk at 404-727-7777.
Click here for the Student Technology Support main page including hours of operation.
The equipment sharing pool at Emory has grown! In response to patron needs, we have expanded our collection in the most popular and heavily-used areas. We now have twice as many point-and-shoot cameras, digital projectors, and Zoom digital audio recorders. We've also added updated equipment to our DSLR and Camcorder collections as well as additional handheld mics, tripods, and laptop chargers.
Even with this expanded collection, we still rely on YOU, our patrons to take care of this equipment and return it on time. Only you can make this equipment sharing pool work.
Have a suggestion for something we missed? Drop us a line and let us know and we'll look into adding it for the future!
As of Fall 2015, the MediaLab is open in the Heilbrun Music and Media Library (on the 4th floor of the Woodruff Main Library building). The space will be open whenever the Music and Media Library is open and it will be staffed for help with projects and creative endeavors Monday through Friday, noon until 8pm. Check out all they have offer here.
The photographs on this guide were taken by Jason Oh with Canon Rebel T3i and T5i DSLR cameras from the collection.
Special thanks to Guy Conn and Kimberly Schrimsher for their assistance compiling equipment information.
Thank you to the following people for their contributions and assistance: