The Strozier Media Center has twelve computers available to FSU students, faculty, and staff working on video, audio, or image editing projects.
University Libraries offer a variety of study room technology. This includes Mondopad, Air Media displays, Smart Boards, and MacMinis.
An assortment of scanners are located in Strozier and Dirac Science Library for FSU students, faculty, staff, and visitor use.
Accessing Virtual Desktops
FSU Libraries provides students, faculty, and staff with several hundred desktops throughout Strozier Library and Dirac Science Library. All computers require patrons to login with a valid FSU ID and password.
The Audio Room in Strozier Library is located on the annex wing of the main floor.
Are you new to video, audio, or image editing and not sure where to start? Check out our multi-media library guide.
Request a FREE 3D model to be printed at Dirac Science Library. This service is available to all FSU students, faculty, and staff.
GEOSET Studios is the latest addition to the Global Educational Outreach for Science Engineering and Technology initiative at the Dirac Science Library. This is an academic service provided free of charge for the entire university community. Our recording studio primarily targets outstanding educators and gives them a chance to showcase their work.
Grad Boxes or Digital Media Resources for Active Learning contain AV equipment for Graduate Student use. They can be checked out in Scholars Commons at Strozier Library and are available on a first-come, first served walk-in basis. We have one (1) case with a maximum loan period of 3 days. An additional three (3) cases have a variable term checkout.