About the Library
With four stories spread across more than 170,000 square feet, the ACME High School Media Center has the latest technological advances, including a two-story robotic book retrieval system and a fully equipped technology commons. Featuring Jeffersonian-style architecture, the building offers a breathtaking view of the Blue Ridge Mountains and a newly created lake. Casual seating areas, reading rooms, a spacious café, and multiple balconies and terraces also add to the relaxed, scholarly atmosphere.
Bornheimer Atrium The spacious atrium welcomes visitors to the library and includes the Welcome Desk, Customer Service Center, Media Wall, Grand Staircase, casual seating, and an impressive view of the four-story Book Tower and hanging staircase.
Book Tower The four-story Book Tower is a major focal point of the building. It houses the newest and most frequently used materials in the collection.
Technology Commons This space houses the majority of the computers found in the library, including Windows and Macintosh computers as well as printing, scanning, and copying equipment.
Active Learning Classroom Equipped with collaborative technologies, this classroom allows for an interactive approach to learning.
Assistive Learning Technology Center Located in JFL 262, this center houses a special collection of equipment and software specifically designed to help those with disabilities.
People With DisabilitiesThe ACME High School Media Center is open according to the hours posted on this website. Reasonable accomodations for people with disabilities have been made in an effort to provide equal access for all including the Assistive Learning Technology Center which is open during operating hours.
Availability StatementThe ACME High School Media Center is staffed during operational hours. Doors are locked when the building is closed. During times of inclimate weather, the Library mirrors the closing of the ACME Public Schools system.
Technology Commons PolicyThe Technology Commons contains spaces that are flexible and able to facilitate both individual and collaborative projects using a variety of computer platforms with the latest productivity software. Advanced computing inquiries may be referred to Information Technology. Computer use should follow policies as established by Information Technology.
Borrowing Services PolicyCustomers must present their library card when checking out material and requesting from the Automated Storage Retrieval System. To prevent library fees, customers must return library materials on time or renew onlne or by calling the Customer Service Center. Items not returned by due date are subject to fines. Customers are not allowed to borrow materials if fines exceed $50.00.
Research Assistance PolicyThe Research Assistance librarians and Online Research Assistance staff, in accordance with a core competency of Liberty University, will teach library customers how to access, evaluate and use resources in order to become information literate and independent researchers. They will not do the research for the customers.
ACME High School Media Center · DeMoss Dr, Lynchburg, VA 24502 · (434) 582-2220