An open access multimedia lab on the first floor of the library (room 162) is available for use by current students, staff and faculty of the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg. Open during regular library hours, the lab provides hardware and software tools for a wide variety of digital research projects. Currently the lab contains the following equipment and software programs:
- Dell Optiplex 900 computers with Adobe Creative Master Suite CS6
- HP Color LaserJet Printer
- HP DesignJet Printer (42 inches)
- HP ScanJet G4
- Sony and Canon video and digital cameras
- Korg M5061 Keyboard with Mixcraft5
- Tripods, audio and lighting equipment
Note: No food or drink is permitted in the Digital Media Lab. A maximum of 10 people is permitted in the lab at any given time. Color and poster printing must be facilitated by a member of the library staff.
Who can borrow equipment?
- All University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg students, faculty and staff in good standing with current Pitt ID cards are eligible to borrow equipment.
- You must show your Pitt ID when borrowing equipment.
- In order to borrow any equipment, you must first complete and sign the Digital Media Lab Borrower’s Agreement.
What about my liability for the equipment?
- You are responsible for all equipment while it is checked out to you. If any equipment is lost, stolen or damaged while it is checked out to you, you are responsible.
- If you encounter problems with the equipment, please bring it to the attention of the library staff immediately.
How long can the equipment circulate?
- Equipment circulates for three days.
What are the fines and fees for late or damaged equipment?
- The overdue charge for each piece of equipment is $50.00 per day. Thereafter, the equipment is considered lost and you will be billed for the replacement and processing cost of each item.
Is the Digital Media Lab available for class sessions?
- Faculty may reserve the Digital Media Lab 48 hours ahead of time for a class session of up to 2 hours. Call the library at 724-836-9687 or contact Diane Hughes.
- The faculty member will be held responsible for the equipment and condition of the lab during and after the class session.