Art & Ecology

Multimedia, Scanners, Printers @ the FADL

Scanners and printers are as follows:

  • Two Epson V-750 Scanners (with instructions) that can accommodate up 8 1/2 x 11 in. materials. Can also scan transparencies such as film or slides.
  • An overhead scanner for fragile, delicate materials, books, and artworks
  • One color printer/copier that can print up to 11 x 14 in., and two black and white printer/copiers

Multimedia & media stations:

  • DVDs and CDs are open-browse
  • VHS's and LPs are held in storage but can be requested for check out from the front desk
  • Viewing stations play Blu-Ray, CD, LPs, VHS and DVD, and can also be used to transfer VHS to DVD as needed. Headphones can be checked out at the front desk

All Library computers come equipped with Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, etc.), accessible at any of our computer labs

The Map and Geographic Information Center

MAGIC will be open M-F from 8-4:30. or contact Cheyenne Stradinger at cstradinger@unm.edu or Ask A Librarian

The Map and Geographic Information Center (a.k.a. MAGIC) is the largest collection of maps and other cartographic information, such as atlases, gazetteers and place name guides, in the state of New Mexico. As part of the Federal Depository Library Program it houses maps from the United States Geological Survey, The National Forest Service, the National Park Service, the Central Intelligence Agency, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Agency, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, and the Army Corps of Engineers. Other maps in the collection come from commercial map firms or from donated maps. Historic maps are an important part of our collection, including the Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps of New Mexico, historic road maps of New Mexico, and historic maps of the southwest and the Navajo Nation. ArcGIS is available in our computer area and we have full service scanning and printing available.