Event Technology Support

Note:  If you would like to request AV/IT services, we recommend doing so at the same time that you reserve a room, using the new Kenyon Reservations system at:  https://events-reservations.kenyon.edu.  Instructions for using the new Kenyon Reservations system can be found at:  https://lbis.kenyon.edu/facilities-technology/help/KRes

Are you hosting a special event at Kenyon?  The LBIS Event Support Specialist can assist by providing technology advice and assistance. We are here to help make your event run smoothly.

Information

The following information may be helpful to you or your speaker when preparing for a presentation with technology needs at Kenyon.

We also offer several services:

Technical Assistance

Tim Neviska, Events and Classroom Technology Specialist, can personally assist at the event with setup, operation, and troubleshooting. Examples of technology support offered include PowerPoint presentations, wireless microphones, and large screen video display.

For this level of support, please request the service at the same time that you are reserving a room at https://events-reservations.kenyon.edu.  

Instructions for using the new Kenyon Reservations system can be found at:  https://lbis.kenyon.edu/facilities-technology/help/KRes

Event Recording

To request a video recording of your event, please request the service at the same time that you are reserving a room at https://events-reservations.kenyon.edu.  Please do so at least a week in advance.  A DVD or digital file with be provided for you. There is a cost-recovery charge of $10 per hour for this service.

Requests may be limited to no more than 3 per department or individual per week depending on availability of videographers. If desired, video cameras are available for checkout at the Circulation desk and multimedia editing stations are located on the second floor of Olin Library.

Consulting Services

For large or very high-profile events, you may need equipment or services from a commercial audio-visual company. In these cases, contact Tim Neviska, Events and Classroom Technology Specialist, who will be happy to recommend a vendor and help you communicate with them as appropriate.