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Other Media Services
- Staff/Contact info
- Borrowing media items
- Laptop checkout
- Other media services
- Printable subject guides
- New titles
- Streaming videos
- Library computers
- Printing in the libraries
- Personal laptop use
- Computer access for UNLV affiliates
- Computer access for guest users
- Computer use policies
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- Search media
- Search feature films
- Search reserves
- Request new media titles
- Connect from off-campus
- Find streaming videos
- Find more information about researching media
Laptops/LCD Projector Checkout
- Offered only to UNLV students, faculty, and staff.
- In-house use only.
- Maximum laptop checkout of four hours with no renewals.
- LCD projectors available for group project use.
For more information, see our Laptop Checkout FAQ, or visit the Media Resources service desk for the full policy.
Individual/Group Viewing in the Media Preview Rooms
Located next to the Media Resources desk are 30 media viewing stations for individual use. Selected cable channels can be accessed along with requested media titles. The viewing stations are equipped with either 13" or 19" monitors, Safari keypads, and headphone jacks.
Media Resources has a number of preview rooms available for group viewing. These rooms can be used by faculty and/or students to preview media materials. Available are three small rooms that seat 4 to 6 and one large preview room which seats 25. Rooms can be reserved by faculty in advance. Walk-in use will be accommodated when possible. To reserve a room for group viewing please call 895-2122.
There are 10 multimedia computers in the Media Resources area available for student, faculty, and staff use. The environment is self-service oriented, but staff and student workers are available to provide general guidance.
ATI (video capture software) 7.9 is unique to these computers.
Appointments can be made for assistance with multimedia projects. Please call Alexis at 895-2161.
Media Distribution System
Media Resources uses an integrated video network technology to distribute analog and digital signals within the Lied Library building. This system allows us to deliver analog and digital media to viewing stations, preview rooms, PCs, library classrooms, and conference rooms.
The Media Distribution System is currently equipped to playback VHS, DVDs, and CDs. If you are interested in learning more about our Media Distribution System, please visit the Media Resources desk.