This section is dedicated to the how-to's and procedures for the equipment set up in the ARL space and ARL equipment that can be checked out from the Access Services Desk in the Gladys Marcus Library.
Below is a list of links directing to the pages containing tutorials on equipment available in the ARL space:
- Using the Artograph Impression 1400 to Project Digital Artwork from a Mobile Device or Laptop
- Using the Artograph Prisim to Project and Enlarge Documents
- Using the Canon Rebel T6 for Photographic Solutions
- Using the Copy Stand to Photograph Oversized Artwork
- Using Dragonframe 4 for Stop-motion Animation
- Using the ELMO to Project or Enlarge Artwork
- Using the Large Paper Trimmers
- Using the Light Table to Copy Images on Translucent Material
- Lighting Setup for Photography
- Using the MyStudio for Product and Small Object Photography
- Using the Nikon D3300 for Photographic Solutions
- Using Photography Backgrounds
- Using the Wacom Cintiq 27QHD and 22HDT to Create Digital Artwork
- Using Cricut Cutter
There is a variety of equipment available for checkout from the Access Services Desk in the Gladys Marcus Library. Equipment request forms can be filled out in advance or at the Access Services Desk before check out.
Cleaning Up the ARL
- Never leave the lights on and unattended.The lights can get quite hot and care should be exercised in handling the equipment.
- When you are done shooting, please unplug and wrap the power cables of the lights you borrowed from Access Services Desk before you transport them back to return.
- When you are done using technology, ensure that it is powered off.
- When done in the space, ensure all ARL lights are off.
- If you have any questions, feel free to ask a Student Lab Monitor for assistance.
- Best of luck with your work!