Media Services serves the Puget Sound community through: classroom support and training, event support, equipment checkout, and A/V project support.
We are located in the lower level of Collins Memorial Library in LI-066.
*Note: Media Services is currently open Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. - All other services are being conducted with remote work.
If you are in need of immediate assistance, please contact us at: 253.879.3963 or email@example.com. Please be prepared to describe the issue in detail and include accurate location information.
Media Services offers classroom support across campus. Classroom support includes on-site troubleshooting, training on classroom technology, and repairs in the event of classroom equipment failure. Please check the Classroom Technology page for more information regarding the equipment and capabilities of supported rooms on campus.
Media Services provides support for live events on campus. These services include, but are not limited to:
For Fieldhouse Events that involve complex media systems, we strongly encourage clients to give notice and begin planning with our team 3 months ahead and if you anticipate working with vendors, within 4-6 months of your event.
*Note: the Collins Memorial Library is temporarily closed. Please contact our staff at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange pick-up and return times for equipment checkouts.
Media Services provides loaner equipment for checkout to students, faculty, and staff. Equipment categories include:
All items are available for reservation by phone, email, or in person at the Media Support desk.
Media Services offers support for a variety of audio and video projects, including:
Questions about copyright and media projects? Visit research.pugetsound.edu/copyright.
The Digital Media Mac Lab is located on the main floor of the library. The lab features 28 iMac workstations, a studio room for privately recording audio and video, and provides an excellent work and study environment. To find more information, please visit the Digital Media Mac Lab page.