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Using Audio/Visual Equipment in Robeson Hall

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Audio/Visual Equipment and Materials signup procedure:

  1. Instructors using rooms in Robeson Hall have many A/V options. Many of the rooms have equipment in them that is maintained by The University's Classroom Audio/Visual services (231-3874). Please contact them if you have any problems with their equipment. Physcis department staff are not able to support Classroom A/V's equipment.
  2. Instructors who need additional A/V support can use the physics departments A/V equipment stored in ROB 206A. (See To AudioVisuals Page for information on what is available and to sign up for equipment use). Instructors are expected to sign out the equipment in ROB 206A using sign up page. This equipment should be picked up from and returned to ROB 206A after use. Limited support on the use of this equipment is available from physics department staff.
  3. Instructors are free to get out their own A/V materials from the storage areas in CHEMP 130A. (See the demonstration area map for what is stored in each location). There is no deadline for requesting A/V materials that instructors are willing to get out for themselves but we ask that they still sign up on the Audio/Visual website (http://www.phys.vt.edu/demo-bin/avform.cgi) so that a log of A/V usage can be kept. If instructors choose to get out their own A/V materials they should place them on the counter next to the sink in CHEMP 130A when they finished being used. One of the demonstration staff will reshelf the A/V materials.
  4. For instructors who would like to have their A/V equipment and materials prepared by the demonstration stafff please sign up for A/V materials by NOON on the day before they need to use them. Sign up is done at: http://www.phys.vt.edu/demo-bin/avform.cgi. The demonstration staff will set up the A/V materials on carts in ROB 206A (the room beside the lecture hall in ROB 210). For A/V materials that have been requested before noon on the day before, the A/V materials will be set up by 4 PM. The equipment will be checked to verify that it is functioning properly. Thus, the A/V materials will be ready all that evening and the next day for practice by the instructor if they would like to do that. The demonstration staff will reshelve the A/V materials after they are used

For any additional help contact:

Josh Peebles - Rob 207 / 306
email: jpeebles@vt.edu
phone: 231-6135

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