Located on the second floor of the Traina Center for the Arts, the Fuller Resource Library houses the Visual and Performing Arts media collections and serves as a technology-enabled study space for individual or group use.
The Resource Library collections include:
- The Screen Studies Blu-rays, DVDs, VHS, and 16mm film
- The Music program audio CDs
- The Music program Sheet Music library
Library use policies
- The Resource Library study area and media stations are open for a max of four students at a time, separated six feet apart.
- Students coming in to view films or use equipment are encouraged to email ahead of time so that materials may be prepared in advance.
- All users must clean their stations after use.
- The video transfer stations and scanning stations are available through appointment only.
- Please email Cruble@clarku.edu to set up appointment times.
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The Resource Library is equipped with individual and group media stations
that can accommodate a wide array of formats, including:
- HDTVs with Blu-ray/DVD players
- 16mm film projectors and rewinds
- VHS, Betamax, and Laserdisc players
- Audio listening/capture station with turntable and cassette deck
- Analog to digital A/V transfer station
- PC station
- Flatbed scanners
The Resource Library collections are accessible for classroom instruction and academic research.
Use of material is restricted to inside the Resource Library unless otherwise indicated.
A valid Clark OneCard is required to access library material.
Use of the Resource Library space and materials must adhere to the following: