If you are holding an event in the Wolf Law Building and would like to hire an event technician for your event please read the services offered and rate information below. To request an event technician please contact Colorado Law IT. If you would prefer not to have an event technician, please read the "No Charge Services" below to see what training is available to you. When you choose the no charge option the success of your event is entirely in your hands.
Video conferencing is available in the Wolf Law Building in a dedidated video-conference room (327J) and also through a mobile cart that can be setup in any classroom, conference room, or seminar room. This requires an IT Event Technician at the above rates. Colorado Law IT staff coordinates a test video conference at least one business day before to troubleshoot any technical connectivity issues. An event technician is also on hand during the actual video conference to establish the connection and also troubleshoot any issues that may arise during the video conference. To schedule a video-conference within the Wolf Law Building please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
OIT has a web site that lists Supported Video Conference facilities at: http://www.colorado.edu/oit/conferencing
If the video conferencing facilities in Norlin E109 or Stadium 307 do not meet your needs, there are also video conferencing facilities in the Atlas building. You can review these services here.
No charge services
If you prefer to handle the AV yourself during your event the Colorado Law IT department offers a one-time 30 minute Audio/Video training session at least 1 business day before your event. Please refer to the "how to" documentation below for your particular venue (courtroom, classroom, or seminar room) and familiarize yourself with the AV system for your room. Please contact the Colorado Law IT to schedule your one-time training session.
NOTE: This does not cover any setup or support immediately before or during your event. The success of your event is completely in your hands. Colorado Law IT does not guarantee any emergency support will be available to you if something goes wrong.