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A robotic video recording system capable of recording and synchronizing multiple audio and video streams including recording the presenters screen this is an ideal way to record class sessions, guest lectures, or in-class presentations. The resulting video recordings can be easily embedded in Canvas for use in traditional, hybrid, or online courses. No special knowledge is required of the instructor as a library representative will bring, set up, supervise, take down, and return the equipment and provide the video, link, or embed code desired to the instructor and/or other designated individuals.
Available for checkout through the Office of Academic and Career Planning and the Oral Communications Center through Blythe Taylor exclusively for students preparing their EdTPA application package. When you're ready to record yourself for your EdTPA application package, use this link to book usage of the Oral Communications Center SWIVL!
The old opaque projector reborn for the 21st century! The visual presenter is a great way to project images of pictures, books, and other objects through a projection system where it can be easily seen by an entire group of people such as a class or club. The visual presenter can be used in conjunction with projector systems existing in classrooms or other library AV equipment. No special knowledge or experience is necessary on the part of the instructor as the visual presenter will come with a library representative to assist in its use.
A great place for speaking notes and there is only one in the library! If you're reserving space in the library for an event and you think you may want to use this make sure you reserve it as well to make sure that no one else is planning to use it at the same time elsewhere in the library.
A new projector cart and screen for doing AV presentations in the library! If you're planning to do lectures or other presentations with an AV component in the library outside of the classroom make sure that you reserve the cart and screen as well! The library will be happy to prepare it for you, but make sure to give us the time to plan and prepare it for you.
Left the charger for your laptop at home? The library might be able to help! This charger kit is able to work with a large number of manufacturers of windows based PCs. Ask the library staff member on duty for assistance with this item - due to the number of small pieces accessing this item is a bit different than checking out other chargers.
Laptops often do not have CD/DVD drives to save on weight and space, but there is still critical information on disks that we need to access for academic purposes. This USB CD/DVD drive is available for in-library use to watch films on disk for class or in conjunction with the AV Cart and screen to project information on a disk where a group can view it.