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Portable & Delivered Equipment
Classroom Support offers a selection of multimedia technologies and tools that faculty and staff can request for use on or off campus.
Daily rental fees for non-academic use are listed in parenthesis.
CD Player / Boombox ($15)
Data Projector ($65)
Digital Recorder ($15)
DVD Player ($25)
Extension Cord ($5)
Notebook Computer ($100)
Tape Player ($15)
Tripod Screen 6' x 6'($20)
Wireless Microphone ($50)
Overhead Projector ($15)
Slide Projector ($35)
Note: Equipment taken off campus for non-academic use is not covered by UD's insurance policy and therefore the borrower will be responsible for replacing the equipment if it is lost, stolen or damaged.
Equipped with data projector, speakers, DVD Player, CD ROM, VCR, Zip Drive and a CPU or laptop
Please specify in your request which type of Audio Visual need you have.
NOTE: PC Carts are only available for delivery in Kettering Labs, Humanities, Miriam, and Science Center.
consists of a 21" television and a VCR on one cart
Projects a transparency images onto a screen
Comes with remote control and carousel
Video tape campus activities. Our office can also video tape projects. Tripods are available upon request.
Use to capture text, photo, and 3D objects to be displayed through the data projector on a large screen. Additional light box for capturing transparencies is also available.
|Digital Audio Recorder
Records up to 69 hours of audio in WMA format. Includes built in USB connector for easy transfer to a computer.
Records lectures and/or plays audio cassette tapes
Plays both CD's and cassette tapes
Amplify voice with freedom to move around without a cord
system includes two powered speakers with stands, and one 50' cable
Projects the data from a laptop or desktop computer on to a screen
Available in several different sizes. The 4'x4' and the 6'x6' screens are both rear-projection screens for smaller venues. The 6'x8' screen is a front projection screen for a smaller venue. The 9'x12' and the 10'x14' screens are front projection screens and useful in large or outside venues.
useful in a small spaces; often used for showing a movie in a classroom