- Audio-visual equipment is available to faculty, staff and students involved in teaching and learning at Mount Royal University.
- Regular classrooms are equipped with overhead projector and screen.
- All equipment must be picked up and returned to the Library Circulation Desk
- Classroom and Event Support - 403.440.6000
Booking Equipment or Videos/DVDs
- Faculty may book equipment or videos/DVDs by contacting the Library Circulation Desk at email@example.com. Bookings should be made at least 48 hours in advance of your class time to ensure availability and time for evening staff to pull videos/DVDs.
- Students must make bookings in person.
To book equipment, please include the following in your email:
- Dates and times you will pick up and return the equipment
- Equipment needed (see audio-visual equipment list)
- Any other relevant information
To book videos/DVDs, please include the following in your email:
- Title and call number of each video you'd like to book
- Day you would like to pick it up
- Day you would like to return it (no longer than one week)
- If you would like to book a film from the University of Calgary, please indicate this in your email to us.
Borrowing Guidelines for A/V Equipment
- Audio-visual equipment is loaned to anyone involved in the teaching and learning activities of Mount Royal University.
- Students may borrow equipment for class assignments only, and must present a valid student I.D. card.
- Loan periods of different types of equipment vary to accommodate demands.
- Block booking equipment for a semester is permitted for instructors as required.
- Please cancel unneeded bookings.
Showing Films in Class
Mount Royal University was previously required to keep records of all videos shown to students in class. This is no longer the case. Faculty and instructors are free to show VHS, DVD and Blu-Ray videos to students in the classroom, provided the video is being shown for an educational purpose. This use does not have to be recorded or reported. Videos from online video sites such as YouTube may also be shown in the classroom, although videos which are obviously infringing or pirated copies should be avoided.
If you would like to show videos for something other than an educational purpose, please contact the Copyright Advisor for more information. Contact information for the Copyright Advisor, and further information on copyright at Mount Royal University may be found at the Mount Royal Copyright website.
Fines for Overdue Material
- Fines of $1 per day are charged for the late return of videos or DVDs; replacement costs (including fees for Public Performance Rights) are charged in the cases of damage or loss
- Fines are charged for the late return of any A/V equipment.
- Replacement costs are charged for damaged or lost equipment
- Please review the Schedule of Fines and Fees for a complete listing of all fines and fees for library materials.