Technology Equipment Checkout (TEC) provides a wide range of multimedia and computer equipment to faculty, and to students with faculty approval, for use in the presentation of instructional materials. Priority is always given to classroom academic use.
Equipment is normally checked out on a 24 hour basis; however, equipment checked out after 3:00 pm on Friday is not due back until 8:00 am on Monday.The appropriate type of equipment and length of time it may be checked out is determined through consultation with Technology Equipment Checkout staff. Requests are prioritized according to need and availability.
For instructional use, please consult the equipment checkout list for availability.
For rental use, please consult the rental equipment list for pricing of individual items.
Technology Equipment Checkout is funded by Academic Affairs for the purpose of providing equipment and services in support of instructional programs. All requests for equipment loans or services from individuals and agencies for non-instructional purposes are subject to a service or use charge to compensate the instructional program for use of the resources.
Walk-in service is available during the below hours in Gist Hall, Room 221. Outside of Spring and Fall terms, the office is not fully staffed; call (707) 826-4200 to make arrangements for equipment.
Students may use this equipment under direct supervision of faculty provided they have completed and turned in the Equipment Use Proxy form to the Technology Equipment Checkout Office, Gist Hall, Room 221. A paper version is also available at the office. The form must be completed and signed by a supervising faculty member and by the student intending to use the equipment before it can be checked out.
Technology Equipment Checkout offers free training and orientation for faculty in the use of University-owned equipment. Please ask for help or advice if you're unsure about the use of any equipment; students will gain the maximum benefit from the use of technology in the classroom if the instructor is familiar and comfortable with the equipment.
Under state law, rental clients using state-owned media equipment are responsible for its full value and must protect items from theft, loss, or damage. All equipment must be returned as scheduled. Financial responsibility for replacement or repair in case of negligent damage or loss lies with the rental client.
For rental use, please consult the rental equipment list for pricing of individual items. Unique uses of classroom technology equipment is subject to special pricing.
Technology Equipment Checkout is located in Gist Hall, Room 221