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The Media Services Department is located in the lower level of the Library and offers the following services to all SAU Faculty, Staff, and Students:

  • Reserve media equipment (call or email at least 24 hours ahead)    
  • Binding (send all needed collated copies) 
  • Laminating (send all materials pre-cut)
  • DVD Duplication (only non-copyrighted material)
  • Image, Audio & Video File Conversion
  • PDF Conversion
  • Scanning

Equipment Available for Faculty/Staff Checkout:

33mm Camera Digital Video Recorder Laptop Slide Carousel
50 ft. VGA Cable Digital Still Camera Laser Pointer Slide Projector
Android Tablet DVD Player Media Cart Tripod
Card Reader Easels Microphone TurningPoint Kit
(Audience Response)
Cassette Player Extension Cord/Powerstrip Mini Cassette Recorder TV/VCR/DVD
CD Player Flipchart & Pens Multi-Format Card Reader VCR
Computer Headset Flip Video Netbook VHS-C Cassette Adapter
Computer Speakers Headset Telephone Overhead Projector Webcam
Conference Phone Headphones Portable Podium Wireless Audio
Data Projector iPad Projection Screen Wireless Presenter
Digital Audio Recorder Lapel Microphone Record Player Zoom Lens for Slide Projector

When checking out equipment please call Media Services (333-6242) or email Media Services your request including date of check-out, time needed, and date of return. All equipment will be available for pick up at the library circulation desk and should be returned to the circulation desk. If you would like instruction on equipment use please contact Media Services.

Lab Equipment & Software -- Instruction Available

Multimedia development computers with analog video and audio capture
Adobe Master Collection: Photoshop, Premiere, Encore, Flash, After Effects, Audition, Illustrator, etc.
Adobe Captivate
Green Screen
Large Format Printer


Classroom and individual instruction can be scheduled by contacting the Reference Desk.


***All copying of materials is subject to copyright law restrictions.


Karly Lyle