Assign a primary contact for your speakers. This contact should be able to determine the particular technology needs of each speaker and be available to answer speakers' questions.
If you plan to record your event, each speaker should sign a release form prior to your event. Submit completed forms to Michele Ondra, Library Room 2203, or Media Services, Room 308.
Do your speakers plan to use Powerpoint? Media Services recommends organizing and saving PowerPoint and other computer files to the law school network in advance.
Do your speakers plan to work from a PC or Mac laptop? If so, be sure to inform media services of the specific adapter so we can connect to a VGA projector. If your speakers plan to bring files to the law school, find out whether the file will be saved to CD/DVD, USB or the cloud.
Will any computer presentations have sound? Include video? Will any speakers play a Videotape? DVD? CD? Embedded computer audio? Letting Media Services know about sound and video requirements in advance will help your event run smoothly.
Determine whether your speakers will need document cameras, overhead projectors, easels, dry-erase boards or any other specialized equipment. Requests for specialized equipment should be made in advance of the event to ensure that the equipment is available.