Save Steps, Time
If you have ever had a poster designed, ordered copies of a slide or picked up a videotape, you have probably used the services offered at the campus's Medical Arts & Photography Branch (MAPB). If you have ever needed to do any combination of those things at the same time, you know the challenges of navigating the B2L area of Bldg. 10, where the different sections of MAPB reside. In the example above, you once would have had to visit three different offices. But no more. Since reorganizing with the Office of Research Services, MAPB has been brainstorming ways to serve its clients better. One result is to offer "one-stop shopping," beginning May 1. Reception and pick-up for all MAPB services will be operated from one convenient, time-saving location.
"With improvements in technology," notes Ken Ryland, MAPB video section chief, "our sections are not as clean-cut as they once were. Centralizing the reception services makes sense for us and for our customers. MAPB anticipates this consolidation will make things a lot more convenient for our customers."
As Lew Bass, photography section chief, points out: "This has already worked well for two of our sections (photography and visual arts)."
What will change:
What will remain unchanged:
If you have questions about the new centralized reception and pick-up areas, or any general queries about MAPB, call 496-3221.
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