The Sharon A. Fordham Multimedia Lab, based at the Douglass Library, has twelve computers intended for both the creation and
manipulation of multimedia projects. It is a library resource, intended for use by members of the Rutgers University
Community including students, faculty, administrators and staff. The lab is not an instructional space, cannot be reserved
for ongoing classes, and is not configured to support instruction sessions for classes. It is a lab for individual users to
create multimedia projects and materials in support of the academic programs at Rutgers University.
Recognizing that the lab is a shared resource for the Rutgers community, and that working with digital multimedia materials
requires extraordinary computing and time resources, Rutgers University Libraries has developed specific policies and
guidelines to help ensure access to these resources to the broader community as necessary. These specific guidelines include
Sharon A. Fordham Multimedia Lab User Responsibilities [PDF], and the
Rutgers University Libraries Copyright and Fair Use Statement [PDF] which
are available for review at the lab, upon request and online.
For more information, please contact Jane Sloan,