The Library provides access to audiovisual equipment and services to support the academic programs of the University of Lethbridge.
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AV BOOKING: 403-329-2265
You may book multimedia software and equipment by:
All audio-visual equipment and software, including pre-booked items, must be picked up from and returned to the General Services Desk.
For high-use loan items, bookings not picked up by the agreed upon "pickup time" will be held for an additional 30 minutes before being released to the next borrower. Please be prompt about picking up your booked items.
Alternately, if you arrive more than 30 minutes prior to booking time, then original booking's due date/time may not be honoured and standard borrowing rules applied.
If you need adjustments to your bookings or have special considerations, please contact AV Booking.
You may check the bookings that you have made by accessing at Your Library Record.
NOTE: Back-to-back bookings of equipment, especially high-use equipment, by an individual, is not allowed. Additionally, multiple simultaneous bookings on a single equipment type, by an individual, may not be honoured unless preauthorized. This is done to ensure fair access to the equipment by all members of the University Community.
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Audio/Visual Production for Special Events can be booked by contacting University Advancement, Communications. Please contact:
The circulation loan periods for audio-visual equipment and software are outlined below. Materials not returned to the General Services Desk by the date/time due will be subject to fines.
Please return the equipment and software on time so the next person who has booked the material is not disadvantaged. If you lose your due slip and forget the due date/time, you can check Your Library Record.
Please remember to bring your Campus ID Card when picking up equipment or audio-visual software.
Circulation of Audio-visual Equipment
Audio-visual equipment circulates on an hourly or daily loan depending on the level of demand and the number of pieces.
Hourly loans for audio-visual equipment have the following parameters:
Daily loans for audio-visual equipment have the following parameters:
Available Audio-visual Equipment
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... on an hourly loan to a maximum of 4 hours (no overnight) for students and 48 hours for faculty and staff:
... on an hourly loan to a maximum of 24 hours for students and 96 hours for faculty and staff:
... on daily loan:
Circulation of Audio-visual Software
Audio-visual software, with the exception of sound recordings, circulates on a daily basis as follows:
Sound recordings (CDs and LPs) must be used in the Library to ensure access to all students. Only Faculty are allowed to borrow sound recordings for the purposes of course preparation.
Most of the classrooms on campus are equipped with VHS-VCR and projection equipment (i.e., monitor or video/data projector).
Questions regarding the installed base of classroom equipment or its use should be directed to Technology Services' Help Desk at 403-329-2490.
Responsibility for the design and support of classroom infrastructure resides with Facilities. If you have suggestions for the improvement of classroom space, you are invited to contact Facilities - Executive Director's Office, 403-329-2604.
Listening and viewing stations are available on Level 10 of the Library. These facilities permit you to review the popular audiovisual formats of DVD/Blueray video, VHS video, CD-audio, and audio cassettes.
Listening and viewing facilities are available on a "first come, first served" basis.
For more information, ask at the General Services Desk on Level 10 (403-329-2265).
Faculty: If there is a particular video, film, sound recording, etc. which you require your class to access, we recommend you place it on Reserve. This will ensure more equitable access to all of your students.
Please refer to our Guidelines for Placing Materials on Reserve.
The following items are available for sale at the General Services Desk on Level 10:
Please note that prices for these supplies are subject to change based on their costs of acquisition. For further information please ask at the General Services Desk on Level 10 (329-2265).
The Library offers multimedia services that provides students, faculty and staff with the physical resources they need in order to produce professional quality multimedia works for teaching, learning, and research. The multimedia workstations are located in the U of L Library across from the Information and Research Assistance Desk.
Student assistants are available to provide assistance with creating graphics, videos, podcasts, websites and much more. The Library is providing these services for individuals of all skill levels as tools for improving the overall quality of personal and school related projects.
Below is a list of the available computers and the professional software that has been installed on them.
Computers and Equipment
We always welcome your feedback and comments as a way of improving our services; to do so, please contact:
Jesse N. Malinsky; Supervisor, Access Services (403-329-2128; firstname.lastname@example.org)
Content Revised: December 20, 2018