Multimedia

The computers in both library locations have all the hardware and software you need to be able to use images and sound.

However, there are also so-called thin clients (TCs) which do not have these facilities. You can recognise these computers by their shape: small, black, upright boxes. You can find more information on TCs in the subsection Software in the library.

  • Inner City Library
    Students have access to all kinds of facilities at the Inner City Library, such as electronic whiteboards; large flat screens; beamers (including boxes) and projection screens; a large multi-touch flat screen with audio supplies; and a ‘sound booth’ which  concentrates the sound above the set of multimedia study places nearest to the information desk on the ground floor (zone C).
  • Randwyck Library
    Four movable 54” multi-touch screens are available at the Randwyck Library.
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For questions or information, use the web form to contact a library specialist.

 

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