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AV Production Services

AV Services provides media conversion and duplication to faculty and staff at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette for media relating to university business.  Conversion or duplication of personal media is not available at AV Services.  

The following media conversion/duplication services are available at a cost of $10.00 for the first DVD and $5.00 for each subsequent DVD.  

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AV Equipment

AV Services provides a limited catalog of AV equipment available for use by faculty and staff to support University credit and non-credit courses, meetings, and other University-related activities.

Equipment reservations can be made by calling AV Services at (337) 482-6418, or by filling out the online equipment request form.   Please be ready to provide the following information when reserving equipment:

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Wireless Policy

These are the general rules and policies for wireless communications at UL Lafayette in the 2.4 and 5 GHz Unlicensed Bands:

  • Wireless Network: Wireless data network access and services are subject to the same rules and policies that govern other computer and network services at UL Lafayette.

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Spam and Phishing Emails

Spam

Spam is a term used to describe unwanted and many times unsolicited email. The term comes from the most known use of the word Spam. It describes the precooked meat product made by the Hormel Foods Corporation. The term became used to describe those pesky emails through a Monty Python sketch in which Spam was portrayed as everywhere and inescapable. The use of the term in unwanted email is quite fitting. Electronic spam is everywhere and sometimes nothing can be done to stop it.

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Weather Threat Policy

Within Louisiana, there exists a possibility of severe weather conditions. These same weather conditions can be dangerous to your computer equipment and software. If UL Lafayette suspends operation due to severe weather conditions, please follow the steps listed below to help protect your computing equipment.

  • Turn off, then unplug all equipment from the wall outlets.

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Power Outage Policy

It is risky to leave your computer equipment plugged in. It should be completely disconnected from the power supply. This includes all hardware associated with your computer, such as audio speakers, modems, doves, terminals, monitors, etc.

Listed below are several helpful tips on protecting your equipment:

  • PC AND MONITOR [follow proper procedures in shutting down your PC software such as exiting Windows, getting to the c: prompt, then]

    • Turn off your PC and monitor

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