NEW! Media Lab
Forsyth Library's new Media Lab is a user-friendly video studio where you can produce high quality videos even if you have no video experience. Record presentations, interviews and more. Located in Room 115A on the main floor of the library.
Please check in at the Learning Commons desk where a staff member will unlock the Media Lab door.
This room allows a user to take a supplied flash drive and insert it into a USB hub to activate the lights and camera, then simply push one button to begin recording after a five second countdown. When your recording is finished, push the button again to stop the recording and pull out the flash drive. The lights will turn off and you will have a .mp4 video file ready for use as needed. The room is also green screen capable with some simple video editing. View a short video on how to use the Media Lab.
Study Room Info
Our Smart Study Rooms are great places to work on group projects, practice a presentation, watch, record or edit video, or just have a quiet place to study. Study Rooms contain:
- Flat-screen TV monitors
- laptop-ready hook ups
- Comfortable seating, tables and whiteboards
Reserve a Room Online
- Choose the date.
- Choose the room.
- Click the time slot(s) you want to reserve.
- Complete the online form and submit.
- You will receive a confirmation e-mail which contains a link in case you need to cancel all or part of your room reservation.
ROOM USE POLICIES
If you do not arrive within 15 minutes of your reservation time, the room will revert to unreserved and become available for others.
Military Room: If all other study rooms are booked, and the Military Room is not reserved, non-military patrons may use this room. Ask at the Learning Commons Desk.
Maximum Hours a room can be reserved per day by one person/group:
4 hours per day during school year
3 hours per day during Finals Week
Maximum # of reservations per week, per person/group: 3
Need a Larger Space?
If you would like to reserve a larger space, such as the Computer Lab, the South Study Area, or the Harsh Room (015), please contact MaryAlice Wade