|The Music Library has one KIC Bookeye Scanner, one large flatbed scanner with attached sheet-fed scanner, and one Click Mini Desktop Scanner with attached sheet-fed scanner. Use either to save scanned files to a USB drive, or to email to yourself. You can also use the color copier for scanning documents ($.02/page).
An ePrint release station and a color ePrint station are located on the main floor of the Music Library.
The color copier in the Music Library is located on the main level. You can use this copier to make color and black-and-white copies, as well to do scanning and color printing.
|Located at the back of the Music Library on the main level, this reader can be used to view microfilm and microfiche. Documents can be printed (for no charge) or saved in PDF, JPEG, or TIFF formats.
|The Music Library offers Five iMac computer carrels at the rear of the library, on the main level, each with:
In addition, a Multimedia Station offers:
Two of the iMac computer carrels also feature turntables, with LP and 78 rpm playback capability. One also has mp3 conversion capability.
Please inquire at the circulation desk for turntable needles and help with set-up.
|Located on the main level of the Music Library, the Seminar Room has a music staff whiteboard, upright piano, projector, and full A/V cabinet. This area is primarily used for small classes and meetings. Please see a music library staff member to reserve this area.
|Group Study Room
|On the lower level of the Music Library is a smaller, private Group Study Room, with two whiteboards and seating for 8. This room can be reserved in half-hour increments using this online form.