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Media & Digital Resource Laboratory (MDRL)


1st floor RBD Library


Christopher Mixon


The Media and Digital Resource Laboratory (MDRL) at RBD Library was established in 2004 to help Auburn University students and faculty create and use multimedia materials in their class assignments, projects and scholarly research. The MDRL currently has over 40 high-end Windows and Macintosh workstations, facilities for audio and video editing, large-format scanners and printers, and four full-time staff members, each of whom brings a unique range of skills. The staff is supported by student employees from many different academic areas who work one-on-one with patrons to help make their ideas a reality. The staff and students in the MDRL are committed to serving the multimedia technology needs of Auburn University students and faculty in all academic disciplines.