The Office of Information Technologies Academic & Media Services group provides support for teaching and campus community activities and events. Our team is staffed by experienced media professionals with industry credentials and years of experience. We offer expert advice and guidance in the services we provide.
- Audio Visual Support for campus community presentations, special lectures, activities and events
- Classroom technology support, maintenance and instructions.
- Facilitating Web Conferences via Zoom, providing administration and support
- Video streaming course content through the Moore Library: Streaming Media Request
- Audio Visual/Media equipment loans
- Cable TV and Rider based television networks
To reserve equipment, schedule event support or inquire about services, procedures or policies on the Lawrenceville campus, visit the Help Desk Portal.
*TWO (2) DAYS ADVANCE NOTICE IS REQUIRED FOR WEEKDAY SUPPORT
FOUR (4) DAYS NOTICE IS REQUIRED FOR WEEKEND EVENTS.
Weekend event support requests must be submitted before 5:00pm on the preceding Monday. This time allows us to schedule appropriate resources.
Remember! When it comes to planning "the sooner the better" is the rule. We recommend you include enough lead time for tests and run-throughs. Media Services is happy to assist with testing and run-throughs as they are an important step for success.
Office hours in the Fine Arts Building are (Monday - Friday) 8:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Evening classroom support during Fall and Spring semesters is available Monday through Friday until 10:00 P.M. To reach us by phone after 5:00 P.M. call the Help Desk at ext. 3000 or (609)-219-3000 between 5:00 P.M. and 10:00 P.M. and select the option for classroom/event support. Student staff provide limited support during business hours on the weekend.
Select Audio Visual Equipment is Available for Loans
Students and campus student organizations requesting use of equipment must provide written permission from a faculty member or advisor via e-mail to [email protected] in addition to contacting the Help Desk.
Faculty permission is not necessary for students borrowing equipment for recitals and auditions. This equipment may be checked out from the Talbott Circulation Desk.
Students requesting use of equipment for use in residence halls are responsible for picking up and returning media equipment.
- Portable Audio recorders | Microphones | Portable PA Systems
- LCD Projectors | Projection Screens
- Digital Video Recorders (SD format only) | Tripods
Windows Laptops are available to faculty and staff for up to two weeks. Priority is given to faculty for instructional use.