Reserving/Using Classroom Technology Equipment:
Please make reservations either when you reserve a room or through the Equipment Reservation Form (HelpSpot).
To ensure availability, faculty and staff should make requests for audiovisual equipment, including laptops, media carts, audio equipment and video projectors, at least 24 hours in advance. Late requests should be called in to the Help Desk at 965-8181.
Faculty and staff with recurring requests should call the Help Desk at 965-8181 as soon as they know they will not need the equipment or service for a given day or time period, making the resource available to other faculty and staff.
Please request instruction on the equipment installed in the classrooms before your class.
Our operating hours are approximately 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Monday – Friday. If you need equipment on evenings or weekends, please contact us early. This will ensure that you have access to the equipment.
We do not have staff here on weekends. If you need staff for a special event, please be aware that there may be charges associated with requiring a staff member to be here.
Further information about our classroom technology (AV) resources and technician charges can be found here: AV Equipment List and Information.
Audio and Video Recording
The IT department does not provide video-taping services in general. If you want a class or event video-taped, we will provide the camera, tripod and tape. We will set it up and show you how to start and stop it, and we will retrieve the camera and tripod when the class/event is done. We will also transfer the recording to another format (such as DVD or VHS) for you in a reasonable time.
The IT department will video or audio record a class or lecture in certain circumstances. This includes:
Faculty who wish to video or audio record a class or lecture, should let us know as soon as possible or we may not be able to accommodate the request or be able to put it on the web in a timely matter. We are working on alternative methods to make this easier, but in the meantime, we need your cooperation.
Podcasting (audio recording) for Supplement to Classroom
A professor may want to record a class to provide a supplement to the classroom experience. The easiest way to do this is to audio record the class and make the recording available as a “podcast.” Students will be able to download the audio file to their laptops or iPods and listen to the lecture later as a reinforcement.
If you are interested in doing this for either an entire semester or for individual classes, please contact Laurie Ralston for more information.
Media Duplication (LAW SCHOOL FACULTY/STAFF)
The IT department can provide media duplication services. Please use the HelpSpotticketing system at help.law.asu.edu to request large scale media duplication. For smaller requests, please contact the Help Desk at 965-8181.
We will not make CD or DVD duplications of class recordings for individual students, except for Trial Advocacy classes and other exceptions.