Instructional Technology Services
The Koren AV Center offers faculty and students access to a variety of instructional technology services for classroom and off campus use. In addition the department maintains an audio and video collection consisting of law related materials and a range of documentary and feature length titles. The department also maintains and provides access to the library's micrographic collection which consists of over 274,033 volume equivalents in microfiche and film. The library's collection of CD-ROM titles are also located in the Koren Center.
- Class Room Services
- Video Production and Photographic Editing Services
- Off Campus Equipment Loans
- Presentation Consultations
- Projection/Playback & Other Technologies
- Special Events
The Law School offers a range of services for the classroom that includes projection equipment for computer based instruction, video playback, audio playback and other services. The Koren Center also provides classroom recording services for classrooms on a case by case basis.
Video Production and Photographic Editing Services
The Koren AV center is equipped with the capabilities for producing digital photography and digital video recordings. Arrangements to use this specialized service and equipment should be made with the AV Librarian or Instructional Support Technician.
Off Campus Equipment Loans
Koren AV Center equipment that is usually circulated off campus includes: camcorders with tri-pods, audio recorders, and portable projectors. Other types of equipment may be circulated at the discretion of the AV Librarian.
The Koren Center staff are more than happy to meet with faculty and students who may be planning a single presentation or a series of presentations that employ some use of instructional technology.
The Koren Center provides recording and presentation services to members of the Law School Community who sponsor special events or programs.