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the Edwards College Media Checkout Center was created to offer a wide collection of multimedia equipment for use across various departments, majors and classes.

Edwards College introduces Media Checkout Center for students, faculty and staff

It is now easier than ever for students, faculty and staff at Coastal Carolina University to access professional media equipment. Beginning this semester, the Edwards College Media Checkout Center was created to offer a wide collection of multimedia equipment for use across various departments, majors and classes.

Also known as the John Cage, or “the Cage” for short, students, faculty and staff can utilize the center to check out cameras, camcorders, tripods, microphones, 3D printers, presenter kits, GoPros and laptops. For example, students in a visual arts class can use equipment from the center to take digital photographs for a project, or journalism students can check out a camera kit for recording a news piece—all for free.

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