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The galleries are the heart of UCM. Each gallery, approximately 700 to 800 square feet, allows for permanent and rotating exhibits that highlight IU collections materials from across the state, as well as traveling exhibits.
The gallery foyers are the perfect place for patrons to explore, via interactive touchscreen kiosks, audiovisual content digitized by IU.
The time-based media gallery includes a projector, large screen, and theater seating to allow visitors to sit and enjoy some of IU's longer-form digitized film and video riches.
Perfect for small classes and discussions, the seminar room is outfitted with a 85" TV and mics built into the ceiling for video conferencing.
This classroom is perfect for classes of 20 people or under and includes a computer, video projector, and LCD monitor.
Each of the four offices houses University Collections staff and student workers so that they are available on-site for their work at University Collections at McCalla (UCM).
This hands-on learning environment brings collections to students' and community members' fingertips. The space includes reconfigurable tables for spreading out collections items, a computer, projector, LCD monitor, and lockable storage for rare and valuable collections materials.
The newly installed elevator makes the entire McCalla building accessible to all patrons for the first time.
Campus and community curators use the exhibit prep studio as a space for collaborative exhibit planning.
The multipurpose room is UCM's signature event space, which hosts a wide variety of public programs, video screenings, lectures, meetings, and receptions.