- The Multimedia Workstations provide multimedia equipment for the Truman community to access various digital media technologies and receive basic information in their use.
- Workstation priority is given to first individuals to arrive.
- Projects should be of reasonable size. Individuals should respect lab storage space to help ensure sufficient storage for all.
- Sessions should be of reasonable length. Individuals should be mindful of others waiting for a workstation if a project is taking an inordinate amount of time to complete.
- The One Button Studio and Lightboard Studio are only available between 8:00 A.M. and 5:00 P.M. Monday through Friday.
- The Multimedia Workstations downstairs are available whenever the library is open- however, any Learning Technologies Team assistance can only be provided between 8:00 A.M. and 5:00 P. M.
- Files saved on lab machines or our shared lab storage area are subject to deletion on the first working day of every month.
- You are STRONGLY encouraged to save project files to external flash drives or hard drives, personal network storage space or your Google docs space.
- Copyrighted music files are prohibited on lab machines or storage areas and will be deleted immediately.
- Remove project files upon completion to free storage space for other users.
Do not remove or disconnect any cables. Ask a lab worker for assistance if you want to connect your personal video camera.
Fair Use Guidelines for Educational Multimedia
It is your responsibility to maintain fair copyright use.
If you have questions about whether your academic project meets Fair Use or Teach Act guidelines, please schedule an appointment with a Reference Librarian or a member of the Learning Technologies Team.