Audiovisual Microform Reading Room (AV/MRR)
The Spain-Sedivy Resource Center, located in the basement of Renne Library, Room 19, houses the library's microform and newspaper collections.
Equipment in the Spain-Sedivy Resource Center (Room 19 Renne Library)
- 3 self-service scanners
- 3 self-service microform readers w/ printing and scanning capabilities
- 5 video viewing stations w/ headphones for DVDs or VHS tapes
- Audio listening station w/ headphones for CDs or cassette tapes
- Scanner/reader for the visually impaired
- 1 self-service photocopier
Equipment located on the 1st Floor
- 1 large-format black & white printer/copier/scanner; up to 36 x 48 inches (AV Desk)
- 3 self-service copiers (Southwest corner)
- KIC - a high speed scanner (stairwell)
- 6 black/white public printers
- 1 color printer
- 1 public printer on 2nd floor
- Photocopiers on 2nd and 3rd floors
For assistance with any equipment, please go to the AV Desk on the 1st floor.
About the Spain-Sedivy Resource Center
AV/MRR was transformed into an attractive, contemporary facility with funds donated by Shirley Morrow Sedivy ('60 Bus) and Edmund P. Sedivy, Jr. The room was named the Spain-Sedivy Resource Center in honor of their families. AV/MRR strives to provide access to audiovisual and scanning services in order to promote the continuous learning of our faculty, staff, students and community patrons.
The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted materials. This institution reserves the right to refuse to accept a copy order if, in its judgement, the fulfillment of the order would involve violation of the copyright law.