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Media & Educational Technologies Team

The Media & Educational Technologies (MET) Team is responsible for providing primary support for Audio-Visual and related equipment in the general-purpose classrooms across campus. The MET team also supports, in varying capacities, all other Audio-Visual equipment in classrooms and meeting rooms across campus.

In order to reserve equipment or access service, support, or consultations, please:

  1. Call the Media Coordinator, Jacqueline Christie, at extension 3044. She will be happy to reserve for you what you need.
  2. Go the MET website and follow the “Request a Service” link on the right side of the page. From there, you will be forwarded to the Service Request System. Also on this page, you can view MET's Classroom Database to see the inventory of equipment in each classroom and download instruction sheets to serve as a guide for operating the equipment.

Please note that bookings must be made three days in advance. Faculty, staff, and students may book equipment for classroom use without charge. Equipment may be booked for non-academic use within the University at a reduced rental rate. Equipment may be rented by organizations not affiliated with the University and for purposes not associated with the University; however, the full rental fee applies. Rates will be provided upon request.

If you feel that you could use a one-on-one refresher regarding any AV equipment, please contact Stephanie Parent at extension 3051 to book a consultation.

The MET Service Request System will also allow you to easily access:

  • Special Event Support
  • Video Recording Services
  • Video Production
  • Teleconferencing and Videoconferencing
  • Classroom Support
  • Photography
  • Studio Bookings
  • Communication Technologies Engineering Consultations

You can also access UView, the University’s user-friendly system for uploading and sharing videos related to the University, teaching and learning, and research.

Contacts and further information:

Note: This site is a living document, the goal of which is to improve, in some small way, the working lives of University of Windsor faculty. We are eager to collaborate with the campus community to better this service over time. If you can identify any knowledge gaps, missing resources, or outdated or erroneous information on this site, please contact Iva Gentcheva, Senior Adminstrative Officer, without hesitation.