About the Memory Lab
- Age Policy - The Memory Lab is designated for use by people ages 13 and older. Chidren ages 6-12 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian at all times. Parental consent is required for ages 17 and younger.
- Release Form - A release form is required to use the Memory Lab. Download and sign your Release Form before coming to your session or fill one out at the lab.
- Food and Beverages - Food and drink are not allowed in the Lab. Food and drink can damage our media equipment as well as attract pests that can damage materials.
- Saving Your Files - Please save your project files on your own external drive or cloud storage accounts. All Memory Lab computers are reset nightly so files cannot be stored on the lab machines without risk of losing data.
- Storage of Personal Items - Hard drives or other personal items needed for saving or transferring files cannot be stored at the Memory Lab. Materials brought to the lab for scanning or analysis must remain with your at all times.
- Reserving the Lab - The Memory Lab is open for appointments Monday through Saturday. Only one session per user per day.
Frequently Asked Questions
The Digital Memory Lab is an innovative space to learn how to access, digitize, and share videos, audio recordings, photographs, and slides.
No, you do not need a library card to use the Digital Memory Lab; however, you will check-in with a staff member, review policy and sign a release form. If you are under 18, parental consent is required.
The Memory Lab hours are: TBD
Yes, there are four stations in the Lab: two (2) video digitization stations, one (1) scanning station, and one (1) audio digitization station. Reservations can be made in 2 hour blocks, at 2:00 p.m. or 4:00 p.m. Reserve a session here.
Knowledgeable library staff and volunteers will be on site, as well as, access to step-by-step instructional guides. Attending a Memory Lab Drop-in session is strongly encouraged. Upcoming drop-ins can be found in the Library's online calendar.
Bring a USB or external hard drive to save your content, or save it on cloud storage.
Classes will be posted on the Library’s calendar of events.