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CET Equipment

The Center for Educational Technology has various of equipment that can be checked out by faculty. Please complete our equipment request form​ or contact cet@depaul.edu  to find out what equipment is available to meet your educational needs. 

Full List of Available Equipment


Equipment
Short Description
Projector Can be connected to multiple devices (computer, iPad, etc.) and projects image onto surface. Video Tutorial
External Hard Drive Allows user to store 1tb of data on external drive
Elmo Captures image via onboard camera and feeds it to computer/projector via video link
Ipod mini Allows user to play music and podcasts
Ipod touch A touch-screen device with mp3 and browser capabilities
Sansa Clip MP3 players Allows user to play music and podcasts
Wireless Printer Prints without wires
Pulse Smartpens Records audio during usage and digitizes written notes
Presentation Clicker Assist in digital presentations with laser and helpful buttons.Video Tutorial
Polaroid Pogo photo printer Pocket-sized easy-to-use photo printer Video Tutorial
Analog to Digital video converter Converts analog formats like VHS to digital format
Point and shoot digital cameras User-friendly digital cameras
Camcorders User-friendly digital video recorders
Yeti, Rode, Zoom H4 & 
Olympus Audio recording devices
Converts audio into high quality digital format
Apple TV Assists users to stream HD content from IPad, IPhone and other Apple devices
Flip Cams Pocket-sized easy-to-use camcorder
Flip cam tripods Short-legged tripods for flip cams
DVD player​
Assists in playing DVD content​
Portable speaker​
Small easy-to-carry speakers​
MacBooks​
Apple-brand laptop with IOS operating system and access to Apple applications​
Dell Laptops​
Dell-brand laptop with Windows operating system and access to Windows applications​
CD/DVD burner​
Allows one to make copies of CD or DVDs. Video Tutorial​
USB 1 to 10 port hub​
Allows one to turn 1 USB port into 10 USB ports​
External DVD/CD drive​
Useful for laptops without a DVD/CD Drive (ie. Macbook Air)​
Tripods​
Stabilizes camera for video recording or photo shooting​
Mic stand​
Microphone Stands​
Projector Screen​
Easy-to-use projector screen used with a projector​
USB power adapter​
Connects USB cables to wall outlets​
DSLR Camera​
Digital single lens reflex camera. 
More advanced camera option. Video Tutorial​
Various Dongles​
Attaches computer to control access to a particular application​



 to reserve equipment. Or check the equipment out in person by visiting the COE 250 lab. A student worker on duty will be able to help you. 

Equipment Checkout Policies

It is recommended that reservations be made at least two weeks prior to the pick-up date.
Please read the Checkout Policies  carefully.

Recording Pre-K12 Students Policy and Procedure

The Policy and Procedure for the Instructional Use of Audio- and Video-Recording document provides guidelines for the collection and use of audio- and/or video-recordings (still and moving) of teachers and students working in pre-K-12 classrooms. It specifies the responsibilities and requirements of DePaul faculty and students for collecting informed consent and minimizing risks to those who are recorded on audio and/or video in any way.
  • DePaul faculty members must review and sign this policy and procedures form annually. By signing this form, a faculty member indicates that he or she understands and agrees to adhere to these policies and procedures.
  • DePaul students use of audio- and video-recording can only be done in conjunction with a specific course assignments and requirement.

Use the Parental Recording Consent Form to obtain parental consent to record pre-K-12 classroom activities, photocopy course materials and/or use student recordings in professional portfolios.