Classroom and presentation technology
Whether you’re preparing a classroom lecture or a presentation in one of our fully equipped spaces, our goal is to provide reliable, and easy to use equipment for faculty, staff, students, or campus guests. Our presentation and learning spaces come equipped with computers, places to plug-in laptops, data projectors, DVD players, VCRs, and touch screen controllers that make operating these systems simple. We can even install equipment temporarily in rooms where equipment is not present. Campus rooms and presentation equipment list
We offer short-term loaner equipment to the Carleton community, including video cameras, tripods, microphones, lighting kits, audio recorders, data projectors, screens, VCRs, and DVD players. Need a laptop to go with your data projector? We can arrange for that, too. See our equipment, checkout policies, and reservation forms (or visit us at the IdeaLab).
Media coverage of events
With its rich calendar of events and performances, Carleton is a regional cultural center. PEPS records some of those Carleton events for dissemination via CD, DVD, and the Web . . . and assists you with your creative video needs. PEPS does not record T.V. programs.
Audio/visual support for events
From a simple lectern with a microphone to a complex staged event with multiple projectors, PEPS staff will help you to identify technologies to support or record your events. We will coordinate and deliver appropriate equipment and assistance. Please fill out an A/V Technician Request form for Event setups, Video Recordings, Personal Assistance, and Video conference requests.
Video dubbing and conversion services
Small-scale duplication of video and DVDs as well as international standards conversions (e.g., PAL to NTSC) and format conversions (e.g., mini-DVD to VHS) are offered on a walk-in basis. Please allow at least 48 hours for all jobs. Larger jobs may take longer. We cannot duplicate any material that contains an FBI anti-duplication warning.
PEPS is unable to record T.V. programs any longer.