***New Recording Booth***
The UWM Libraries is pleased to announce the addition of a noise-quieting recording booth, located in the Media and Reserve Library, lower level, west wing. The recording booth is available by reservation or by walk-up on a first come, first serve basis. This space is ideal for rehearsing speeches, conducting online or phone interviews, recording audiovisual presentations or other similar projects. Basic recording equipment is also available for checkout at the Media and Reserve service counter. This includes tripods, standard and high-definition video cameras and dedicated audio recorders. The recording booth is wheelchair accessible and contains lighting, a folding table and a chair.
To make a reservation please click here.
***Upcoming Changes to E-Reserve Service***
Upcoming Changes to E-Reserve Service
After investigating options available to us, we will be transitioning our E-Reserve service to one in which course readings are posted directly in D2L. Under this new system, faculty will submit individual scanning requests via the interlibrary loan system, ILLiad. Staff will locate these materials and provide electronic copies of articles and chapters of books directly to faculty ILLiad accounts. The faculty member may then post the readings in D2L. Faculty will receive all of their current E-Reserve PDF files and, thus, will not need to re-request them. We will no longer be hosting these materials on library-created web pages and linking them in our Course Reserve catalog.
Media Viewing Room
The Media & Reserve Library is excited to announce the opening of the Media Viewing Room on May 1st 2012. This room will allow groups to watch films simultaneously. More information about the room can be found at: http://www4.uwm.edu/libraries/media/viewinginfo.cfm. The room is equipped a with 55 inch LCD monitor with International DVD, Blu-Ray, and VHS player.
The room can be reserved in advance through the online booking form at: http://www4.uwm.edu/libraries/media/mediaviewform.cfm or by calling 414-229-4673.
Media Collections Infomation for UWM Faculty
Please book your Media titles for the semester as soon as you know when you would like to show them. You can order titles by filling out our order form in person, through our online form at: http://www.uwm.edu/Libraries/forms/mediafor.html or by calling us at: (414) 229-4673.
Teaching a New Course?
We can assist you in locating media titles to incorporate in your course plans. For more information about locating Media titles within the UWM Libraries collection please visit our website at: http://www.uwm.edu/Libraries/media/lib2.html.
You can also request new titles to be purchased for the collection through the UWM Libraries' purchase recommendation form at: http://www.uwm.edu/Libraries/forms/purch2f.html.
The Media & Reserve Library has Mediagraphies, also knnown as subject title listings, available to help in the location of titles in a specific subject area. The Mediagraphies are available in print at the Media & Reserve Library service desk or online at: http://www.uwm.edu/Libraries/media/mediagraphy.html.
Assigning Videos to your Class?
Media titles can be placed on 2-hour, 2-day, or 7-day Reserve for your students to watch in our viewing carrels. Just stop by the Media & Reserve Library service desk and fill out a Reserve request form or use our online form at: http://www.uwm.edu/Libraries/media/reserveform.html.
If you have questions or need assistance in locating titles or any other information, please contact the Media & Reserve Library at (414) 229-4673 or email us at email@example.com
Renewing Items from the Media Resource Collection
DVD, VHS and audiobook titles cannot be renewed online. To renew these items, please call our office at (414) 229-4673, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or stop by our Media & Reserve service counter in the lower level of the West Wing.
Fines and Fees
Laptop and iPad Overdue Fines
$10.00 per hour, per item, for each hour overdue
Digital Camera, Audio Recorder & Other Equipment Overdue Fines
$5.00 per hour, per item, for each hour overdue
Video, DVD, & Audiobook Overdue Fines
$1.00 per day, per item, for each day overdue.
Periodical & Journal Overdue Fines
$.25 cents per day, per item, for each day overdue.
Lost or Damaged Materials
When a Media title is overdue 30 days it is automatically declared Lost. A Lost or damaged title will be billed at replacement cost plus a $15 lost item processing fee. When an item that has been declared Lost is returned, the user will be charged any outstanding overdue fines up to $100.
Media & Reserve Library
Lower Level of the UWM Library