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The History Media Center is located in 201 and 209 Kirkbride Lecture Hall. The 201 entrance is accessed via the outer stairs of Kirkbride and Ewing Hall next to the women's restroom. The 209 entrance is located on the west side entrance to Kirkbride Hall.
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The History graduate students may use Room 201 of the History Media Center as a quiet study space. Ammenities include desks, locked storage cabinets, ethernet connections, microwave, refrigerator, and coffee maker. Please contact Diane Clark at email@example.com or Angie Hoseth at firstname.lastname@example.org for the code to the locked, keypad entrance.
Room 209 of the History Media Center is a web-conferencing, seminar classroom that can be reserved for classes, meetings, and dissertation defences. Please consult the reservation calendar before scheduling your class or meeting. To reserve 209 Kirkbride Hall, please email Angie Hoseth at email@example.com or call 302-831-2378.
Room 209A of the History Media Center is configured as a sound-proof digital media room located within Room 209. History faculty and students can reserve the use of the room for podcasting, Skype interviews, or digital conversion of various material. The room is equipped with high resolution slide scanners, flatbed scanners, Yeti microphone, cassette deck, vinyl album turn-table, and VHS/DVD player/recorder.
Items for short or long-term loan include: a podcasting station, microphones, tripods, digital video cameras and light kits. Please see Angie Hoseth in 205 Munroe Hall to reserve and check out equipment.