Media Services Media Services provides and delivers equipment (projectors, sound systems, tape recorders, VCRS, etc.) to classrooms. They also offer general video, satellite, AV equipment, info channel, media access, and films & videos services. Staff Brian Johnson Audio/Visual Systems & Support Architect (651) 523-2566 email@example.com Please fill out the ONLINE Audio-Visual Request Form to submit your request to Media Services at least two days prior to the date needed. Student A/V Equipment Rental Students can contact the Service Desk ((651) 523-2220 or firstname.lastname@example.org) about checking out the following equipment: digital camcorders, portable overhead projectors, digital audio recorders, and tape recorders. General Video Services The campus has been cabled for video and 99% of the classrooms have VCR-monitor units installed that are also connected to the campus cable system. Click here to get the Cable guide for Hamline Cable System. There should be an overhead projector in each classroom. Most classrooms have been equipped with a Tech Podium - instructional technology equipment to display data, audio, and video from a variety of sources - Internet, CD, DVD, campus network, etc. Satellite Services The campus has 2 satellites. One satellite is used exclusively to download SCOLA. This channel shows news programs from around the world and can be seen on channel 39. The other satellite is used to download programs for instructional use. The channel number used to display them varies. AV Equipment Faculty, staff, students, and student organizations may arrange to use the following equipment: * slide projectors * cassette players * VHS and S-VHS camcorders * microphones and speakers * audio and video editing equipment * audio and video dubbing equipment * portable overhead projectors Campus Info Channels There are two campus info channels. One is maintained by the School of Law registrar's office and is usually displayed in the School of Law building. The other info channel is displayed at public locations across campus and is maintained by the Communications Office in University Relations. These channels can be seen by dorm residents. Media Access Equipment The Media Equipment office is located in the Bush Library Basement. Two TV-VCR units for watching videos and a laser-disc player with monitor for watching laser discs are available. All of this equipment has head-phone jacks that can accommodate up to 4 viewers. There is also an audio tape duplicating machine and a TV set that is usually used by students to watch SCOLA broadcasts. Listening Lab is located in the 3rd floor of the Bush Library. The Listening Lab contains compact disc and cassette decks, as well as the music collection. Films & Videos Bush Library maintains Hamline's own film and video collection and can arrange for checkout of materials from other CLICNET schools.