The Journalism Library

The renovated Weil Journalism Library, which opened in November 2004, offers both PCs and iMacs for class work and access to electronic resources. Wireless computer access is available to laptop users. Students and faculty can access hundreds of online databases in the library, including Lexis-Nexis, ComAbstracts (online), Ethnic NewsWatch, and Communication and Mass Media Complete. The onsite print collection is augmented by next-day courier service of requested items held in the remote storage facility known as ALF. Patrons can also request delivery of items held in other IU system libraries to the Journalism library. The library offers access to many online, full-text current journal titles, and keeps archives to back files in varying formats.

Scripps Howard Foundation Digital Imaging Lab

The Scripps Howard Foundation Digital Imaging Lab, informally known as the multimedia lab, is located on the first floor of the School of Journalism and is available to all journalism students. The lab includes equipment for scanning, color printing, and broadcast or audio processes as well as Apple computers. The lab staff helps students use the technology through one-on-one instruction, and students may check out a wide variety of equipment to use outside the lab and classrooms.

Multimedia Auditorium and Computer Classrooms
The School of Journalism continually is updating Ernie Pyle Hall’s classrooms and technology. Recently, the school renovated an outdated space for a new classroom and updated wiring throughout the building to enhance Internet availability. Students can now go completely wireless in Ernie Pyle Hall. Most classrooms are arranged as labs, with a computer for each student and display systems for presentations. The school also boasts a renovated auditorium with a state-of-the-art computer display system that is used for special events and larger classes.

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