Video, Audio, Poster Design, and Instruction

Service Description

If you want to use video, images, audio or other media in an assignment, presentation, publication, poster, or web site, you can get help from staff at the Health Sciences Library.

Library staff can also help you find existing materials to use and guide you about copyright, fair use, and appropriate attribution or citation for these materials. We can also direct you to poster printing services on and off-campus.

Library staff can work with individuals and small groups or tailor and teach a class or workshop. Library staff can also consult with you if you wish to establish a “research day” poster presentation for your program.

NOTE 8/30/10: This is not the only IT related service that campus libraries offer. For information on other library services, or for locations, hours and contact information, see

Hours of Availability

For instruction or consultation, hours are generally 8-5 M-F. Other times are available by appointment. See


Students, faculty, and staff are the primary customers. Others are welcome to use these services, depending on staff or studio availability.

Customer Responsibilities

Please schedule a consultation for individual staff help or instruction:

Please schedule a class or small group session:

How Do We Charge

Use of these services  is free.

If you have a project for which you need staff to produce media materials, please contact us for a cost estimate or referral to local services, for example, creating a tutorial or printing posters.

How To Request More Information On Or Request The Service

To request further information, please contact the Health Sciences Library Ask A Librarian service: OR

Key Contact Person
Bob Ladd, Media Literacy and Instructional Design Specialist
919-962-0601 |

See Related Information

Guides to designing posters, finding medical images, and using Photoshop:

R.B. House Undergraduate Library Design Lab