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The Studios at Russell Library

About the Studios

The Studios at Russell Library provide access to resources to assist Georgia College students with their study, research, and assignments. Each room (or service) has a different focus and purpose:

  • Anatomy & Physiology Studio
    This room provides access to resources for A&P students for study and research. The A&P Studio is a collaboration between Russell Library and the Anatomy & Physiology programs on campus. The room is available for either single use or group use, with a maximum limit of 6.
  • Experimental Tech Studio (Formerly the Presentation Studio)
    This room provides access to resources to assist in preparation for class presentations. While the room is available for single presentation practice, preference is given for group use. This will also be a Studio for emerging technology and we now have Oculus Rift VR available with some applications dedicated to anatomy, history, space and design!
  • Video/Audio Editing Studio
    This room provides access to resources for editing and/or creating audio and/or video files. The room is available for either single or group use. 
  • Photography Studio
    We offer some lighting equipment and a Canon Rebel EOS T3i Digital Camera with a tripod in this Studio. A green or blue screen can also available from the Circulation Desk. When finished, students can then transfer their images from the provided SD card to their preferred storage method. 


  • Poster Printing

We offer poster printing at the library! Please send a PDF of your request to or stop by the 3D Print Desk. More information can be found here.

  • 3D Printing
    You have access to 3D printing that can be used to create a demo of your project or the real thing. 3D printing uses plastic to print a model from the bottom up and the preferred file format is called an .stl. You can find models that have already been created on free community sites like Thingiverse. Or if a person is inclined, they can make their own model with a multitude of free or paid programs such as Tinkercad, SketchUp, or Maya.