Equipment Checkout & Spaces
Moody Memorial Library's Media Lab and Makerspace offer unique equipment & spaces for creative projects, and are available through HelpDesk+ for faculty, staff, and students. HelpDesk+ also has an equipment loan program, which includes items for academic projects, including laptops, projectors, adapters, accessories, and more. All loans are subject to the HelpDesk+ loan policy.
To begin the reservation process for our spaces or equipment, click the "Make A Reservation" button below.
The Moody Media Lab is host to a variety of spaces and equipment for the Baylor community to explore creative digital media projects. We support all types of projects including class assignments, student organization promotion, personal creative projects, and faculty research. The Moody Media Lab has multiple audio and video recording spaces along with editing workstations and a VR lab. In addition, we offer a variety of equipment to check out for digital media production including DSLR cameras, microphones, lighting kits, and more. A full listing of equipment, as well as operating hours, can be found on the Moody Media Lab website. We also offer a variety of learning opportunities if you’re curious about the possibilities of media creation. Sign up for a Media Lab workshop and learn together with fellow Bears!
The Moody Makerspace inhabits over 2000 sq. ft. on the Garden Level of Moody Library and boasts a wide range of tools and equipment, including 3D printers, laser cutters, a CNC router, vinyl cutters, soldering station, bike repair, sewing and embroidery, craft supplies, hand tools, and, of course, plenty of work tables with ceiling-mounted power! A full listing of equipment, as well as open hours, can be found on the Moody Makerspace website. For what we can’t accomplish in the Garden Level, the Moody Makerspace also offers limited passes to the Maker’s Edge Makerspace in downtown Waco, where you’ll find additional equipment for activities like pottery, metalwork, and screen-printing! Visit the Moody Makerspace during our open hours for one-on-one help from student staff or sign up for one of the many workshops available throughout the semester and learn together with fellow students, faculty, and staff.