One of our most popular services, group study rooms are on most floors of the library, come in different sizes, and feature various degrees of tech - be sure to reserve your room early as they fill up fast!
A makerspace is a place where users of all skill levels can come together to bring their ideas to life by “making” things - Belk Library's is on the lower level and features 3D printers, electronics, robotics, vinyl cutters, and sewing machines.
The Digital Media Studio is an open multimedia lab for the Appalachian State University campus. The purpose of the DMS is to provide access to current software and hardware, but most of all we provide help using digital media tools and technologies.
The Technology Checkout Desk is a service desk that allows patrons to borrow digital equipment (laptops, tablets, cameras, etc.) and accessories for personal use (for free) with their AppCard. It is located on the Lower Level of the Belk Library and Information Commons.
The Virtual Reality Room located on the Lower Level of the library next to the Inspire Maker Lab. Patrons can borrow and play video games on console systems including virtual reality, as well as develop their own.
The Assistive Technology Room (141) helps individuals with disabilities related to vision, hearing, learning, or mobility. The equipment available provides alternate ways to access and use library resources.