The Media Services unit of the LaValley Law Library provides instructional media support for the University of Toledo College of Law. Media Services also supports the Toledo Law computer lab and Toledo Law owned laptops.
You may have seen Media Services personnel while attending one or more Toledo Law events. Event operations is an important part of providing instructional media support. In addition, Media Services supports professors in the classroom, including training, multimedia assistance, and technology troubleshooting. Media Services also works to ensure that Toledo Law’s technology infrastructure meets Toledo Law’s instructional media needs.
We prefer that you contact us through the LAWAV email account because all Media Services staff members have access to the LAWAV account. You may access the LAWAV account through your email directory or by typing "LAWAV" (without the quotes) then typing "@utoledo.edu" (without the quotes) for the email address. If you do not use the LAWAV email account it may impact our ability to provide service to you.
Ryan Overdorf, the Electronic & Media Services Librarian, manages the Media Services unit. If you have any questions, comments, complaints, etc. regarding available services or service policies, please contact him by phone at (419) 530-2759 or by email at Ryan.Overdorf@utoledo.edu. Please do not use Ryan's contact information for service requests because only Ryan has access to his own email account.
Beverly Mayo, the Library Associate for Circulation & Media Services, processes Media Services requests in addition to participating in event operations and classroom support.
The Media Services unit also employs student multimedia assistants to help provide instructional media support.
Please familiarize yourself with the policies applicable to your request. All requests will be filled according to policy. Not all equipment and/or services are available for all rooms or purposes.
General Policies Applicable to all Services
The LaValley Law Library Media Services unit provides various technological equipment and services to authorized users in accordance with the unit's service level policies.
Media Services does not authorize or schedule the use of College of Law facilities. Only the College of Law administration has this authority.
Media Services does not provide non-technological equipment (e.g., tables) and services.