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Music Resources @ FAU Libraries: Media Center

Media Center

Media Center

The Media Center is located in S.E. Wimberly Library, Room LY 122, on the Boca Raton Campus. It houses the University's primary collection of audiovisual materials. Formats supported by the Media Center include videotape, CD, CD-Rom, DVD and audiotape.

The center's collections and equipment may be used by currently enrolled FAU and PBSC South students, faculty and staff. Priority is given to students and faculty using the facilities for course-related purposes. Most materials may be checked out with a valid Owl Card or library card. You can read more about the Media Center's policies here. You may contact the Media Center by calling 561-297-3704 or by email at

S.E. Wimberly Library’s collection of music recordings is intended to support the broad range of study and research on campus and is housed in the Media Center on the first floor of the library in LY-122.


About the Media Center Music Collections

The S.E. Wimberly Library Media Center on the Boca Raton Campus also has a large collection of opera recordings in CD, VHS and DVD formats. Titles in the Media Center include; “Puccini's Heroines: The Power of Love”, “Nabucco”, and “La Belle Hélène” to name a few. Faculty, staff and students may borrow materials for a period of one week.


Search Instructions

You can use the Basic Search in the online catalog to search for media materials by author, title or subject keywords. An Advanced Search in the online catalog allows you to limit your search to specific formats i.e., DVD, VHS or CD, and also to a specific location like the Boca Raton Media Center.



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