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Creative Technology Lending Collection

This guide details what equipment is available through the Creative Technology Lending Collection and provides additional resources to support the creative work of student and faculty.

Gear for Here

All equipment listed below is available for use in Howard-Tilton Memorial Library.

Yamaha YPG-235 Midi Keyboard

Plug in a pair of headphones or your laptop to start creating new sounds and beats.This keyboard requires a specific driver on your computer, which you can download and install for free from the manufacture's site.

Location: 6th floor

Additional Resources:  Video Overview | Drivers | Specifications | User Manual (English)

Studio Headphones

Grab a pair of headphones from the 6th floor service desk and use them anywhere in the library. Adapters are available upon request.

Location: 6th floor Service Desk

Large Format Overhead Scanner

The CZur Aura overhead scanner is ideal for capturing quality images of original creative works as well as large format materials such as music scores, art books, and newspapers.

Location: 6th floor

Related Resources: Images & Fair Use | Planning a Digital Scholarship Project

Office Desktop Scanner

These Epson desktop scanners with document feeders are ideal for digitizing individual pages and photographs.

Location: 1st floor

Related Resources: User's Guide | Video Overview

Sony Big Screen

Borrow a pair of headphones from the 6th floor service desk and plug your laptop in to view your project or stream a film on the big screen.

Location: 6th floor

Listening Station

Check out a pair of headphones from the 6th floor service desk and settle in for some deep listening of CDs, LPs, and cassette tapes. You can listen to the library's music collection or bring your own recordings.

Location: 6th floor

Group Viewing Stations

Borrow a pair of headphones from the 6th floor Service Desk, pop in a DVD or BluRay disc and enjoy a movie with four of your closest friends.

Location: 6th floor

Digital Microfilm Reader

The digital microfilm readers enable researchers to read materials in the microform collection and capture pdf, jpeg, or tiff files of full pages or portions of a page.

Location: 6th floor

Related Resources: ST Imaging Quickstart User Guide | Images & Fair Use

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