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Equipment Collections at Emory

The Audio/Visuals Collection at the Robert W. Woodruff Library is a pool of audio visuals equipment, readily available for the Emory community.

Borrowing Information and FAQ

PLEASE NOTE: It is highly recommended that you save everything you need to online storage or on a removable storage device before logging off or shutting down the device.

If you are experiencing any technical issues with this laptop or have any technical questions, please contact the Emory IT Service Desk by calling (404) 727-7777.

Equipment Available for 1-week loan

Chromebooks

Users are encouraged to use Emory's desktop workstations for a variety of inter-disciplinary licensed software.

Manuals:

Samsung:

Borrowing Policies -- 1 week use Collection

Basic Circulation Information:

This equipment may be checked out for one week at a time from the Woodruff Library Service Desk.

These items cannot be renewed.

This equipment may be taken out of the library.

Overdue fines are $10.00 per day.


Borrowing Policies for the 1-week Laptop Collection:
  • Laptops check out for one week, with no renewals. Patrons can only check out one at a time.
  • Emory faculty, staff, and students must present their Emory Card.
  • Patrons must wait twenty-four hours after returning a laptop before checking out another.
  • Each laptop is checked out with an accompanying accessory bundle.  This bundle includes a protective carrying case and power adapter.
  • Overdue fines are $10.00 per day, with the following replacement fees for any laptop that is lost, stolen, damaged beyond repair, or not returned:
    • Samsung Chromebook: $300.00 replacement fee
  • Charges for damage will be assessed based on repair cost.
  • When returned, all computers will be cleared of all data and restored to the default image.  The library is not responsible for any loss of data.