Instructional Technology Services provides the following equipment for short-term use by faculty, staff, and students within the LSU Law Center buildings:
Digital audio recorders are available to record class or small group meetings and interviews. Audio files are typically stored as MP3 files after downloading to a computer.
Digital video cameras are available to record competitions, practices, and other events. Video files are stored in a variety of formats and will usually require editing and conversion before sharing online or via CD/DVD.
Digital cameras are available for capturing photographs. Image files are typically stored as JPG files after downloading to a computer.
PowerPoint Remote & Laser Pointer
PowerPoint remotes allow presenters to control slide navigation (forward and backward), to blank the screen, and features a built-in laser pointer.
Microphones (handheld and lavaliere) are available for use by students and faculty in rooms with built-in PA systems. The following rooms provide this option: 106, 108, 110, 212, 214, 216, 301, 303, W210, W220, W230, and the Robinson Courtroom.
Data/video projectors are available for use on the Paul M. Hebert Law Center campus. Projectors can display video from laptops, DVD players, and other sources.
High-quality speaker telephones are available for use on the Paul M. Hebert Law Center campus.
TV Monitor & DVD/VCR
Portable 27-inch TV monitors with DVD/VCR units are available for showing videos on the Paul M. Hebert Law Center campus.