Event & Presentation Support
Information Technology offers audio-visual technology and trained staff to support events on the Beloit College campus. Contact our staff for assistance with planning the technology needs for your event setups. Staffing and equipment is limited, so please submit requests well in advance, especially for after hours or weekend events.
Information Technology offers short-term loaner equipment to members of the Beloit College community. IT has a wide variety of equipment available: data projectors, HD camcorders, tripods, event sound systems, microphones, digital audio recorders, and much more. Visit the IT Support office in Mayer 227 to see the full selection.
Please review the IT Lending Policy before borrowing equipment from IT. Reservation of equipment is encouraged to ensure that the equipment you need is available. Please remember to bring your college ID with you to pick up the equipment.
- Equipment Reservation (select equipment checkout)
Classroom & Space Technology
Information Technology designs, builds, documents, and supports the audio-visual and computing systems in campus classrooms, computer labs, event venues, and other spaces. Most campus presentation and learning spaces are equipped with integrated audio-visual equipment. Visit our Confluence wiki for details on the technology in specific spaces.
Video Conversion Services
IT offers limited audio and video transfer and conversion services for academic purposes. Conversions can take some time, so please submit requests well in advance. Some videos and formats may not be possible to transfer. Please contact Rob Petrie, Event AV Specialist, for more information or to submit requests.
Video Accessibility Services
Instructional Technology in the Morse Library offers subtitling and captioning services for academic purposes for students with a documented accessibility accommodation. The subtitling/captioning process can take quite a bit of time, so please submit requests well in advance. Please contact Jedidiah Rex, Manager of Instructional Technology at Morse Library, for more information or to submit requests.
Most classrooms in the World Affairs Center feature integrated region-free video players. Region-free video players may also be reserved for short-term use from the IT Support office in Mayer Hall. Detailed information on classroom technology is available on the IT Confluence Wiki.