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The Office of Instructional Technologies provides assistance to individuals interested in utilizing instructional technologies to enhance the teaching/learning process. The list below provides a description of the services that the Instructional Technologies offer.
In the event of equipment failure during work hours, contact the OIT Public Service Counter at extension 3256, every effort will be made to secure a replacement.
The university community is encouraged not to move equipment on their own. Given the finite numbers of equipment that can be circulated, OIT tracks time and location of use. The equipment is expected by the staff to be in that last known location, often to be moved to another for the next scheduled reservation.
Equipment that has been checked out from OIT and designated QUARTER LOAN (easily identified with a YELLOW TAG), should not be removed from the designated room. Doing so results in confusion for the faculty and staff who rely on the equipment to be there.
OIT has a centralized account to rent films/videos for instruction. This service is available to all faculty and staff of the university engaged in teaching. The primary purpose of this service is to provide a single point of contact for billing, receiving and shipping.
Film distributors are now the main source for rental media. It is important to remember the following:
Requests for audio-visual software rentals from sources outside the University require a minimum of seven (7) working days prior to the requested use date.
Rented audio-visual material becomes the total responsibility of the requesting faculty or staff member once it leaves OIT.
It is important to return the rentals in a timely manner. Late charges are assessed just as they are at your local video store.
: $ .50 each
1.00 per tape copy. Tape provided by the client.
3.50 per tape copy. Tape provided by the Media.
Polycom Viewstation Equipment
Library Classroom 110 can be configured to accommodate the needs of the user.
Parkervision camera systems can be added to the videoconferencing equipment to support
the configurations mentioned above.
Live satellite programming can only viewed in the designated classrooms and lecture halls of Clark Memorial Library.