Located in the the Traina Center for the Arts, the Resource Library houses the department's collection of film, video, recorded audio, art slides and other classroom resources. The library also features a number of media stations, scanners, printers and a group study room.
Search our collections online:Suggest movies or music to add to the collection with this form.
Policies and Procedures
The Resource Library provides assistance and access to the Visual and Performing Arts collections for classroom instruction and academic research. Library users must present a valid Clark OneCard to access material and all items are non-circulating unless otherwise indicated. For more information please contact the Resource Library Coordinator and/or view our general use policy.
Two computer stations in the library are loaded with software to make audio and video extraction easier for academic use. Please note these computers are only available to students and faculty who have agreed to the ITS Appropriate Use Policy and by extension have a valid email account. The following online tutorials can help get you started, but feel free to ask a library staff member for help:
- Audio extraction using VLC
- Creating DVDs from Archive.org
- Scanning images
- Screenshots in VLC (DVD)
- Screenshots in Acrsoft TMT6 (Blu-Ray)
- Video extraction using Handbrake
For information about copyright compliance at Clark University please see this link provided by Information Technology Services.