Reserve workstations or spaces in the Lab for 2-hour periods. This policy matches the checkout period of other study rooms in the Library.
All reservations are available to current College of DuPage students only. Although the Media Lab was created for student use, we welcome faculty, staff, and the community at large to use our services. If you identify as a non-student, you can stop in at the Media Lab and see if a space is available to use and it can be checked out to you with a valid College of DuPage Library card. All Lab users must have a valid Library card to check out and use a station.
Read all of our policies for checking out spaces here.
For more information on how to obtain a College of DuPage Library card, click here.
These stations are ideal for working on still image based projects like photo editing or creating infographics, website design, or simple video editing projects.
These stations are high-end iMac Pros which can handle more intense projects with ease. Create 3D graphics, edit 4K video, and add visual effects to your greenscreen videos. The second monitor also makes these stations great for projects that benefit from having more space to work with on screen.
Groups of up to four can work in this space on audio and video projects. This room includes a microphone and acoustic tiling on the walls, so you can record voiceovers and podcasts.
Record, edit, and mix audio in our isolation booth. This booth, while not completely soundproof, blocks out external sounds to give you a clean recording. Record podcasts, video voiceovers, and more with our professional microphones and audio interface. You can also check out a MIDI keyboard to compose your own music.
Shoot your own videos or photos in our studio space. Bring your own equipment or use our camera, lights, and greenscreen backdrop to create high quality video right inside the Media Lab. Note: to use Media Lab equipment in the Studio, you must book at least 24-hours in advance to allow staff time for setup. Walk-in appointments are welcome if you want to use your own equipment.