The Northern Arizona University Cline Library has a wide array of resources for NAU and CCC students, staff, and faculty to use when creating their academic or personal projects. From specially designed spaces (the MakerLab and Studios), to multimedia and maker lending equipment, to a variety of services and project consultations - we are here to help! This "Creating at Cline Library" guide is filled with information and tutorials on a variety of topics that are designed to help you make the most of our equipment and software resources.
The Cline Library offers a number of spaces that help the NAU community learn, design, create, and share their academic and personal projects. The MakerLab provides tools, equipment, and services for the creation of 3D models, microelectronics, and other maker activities. The Studios include a computing lab with high-end iMac and Dell Precision PCs that are loaded with advanced engineering and multimedia production software, as well as a set of seven creation studios that support photography, graphic design, audio and video production, and the development of extended reality experiences. You can also visit the library's Ask Us! desk to checkout multimedia and maker equipment for your next project!
Reserving a Studio
NAU students, faculty, and staff may reserve a studio online for up to two hours a day, up to two weeks in advance. To reserve a Studio at Cline Library: