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Borrow Technology from Kares Library: Home

Technology available to Athens State students, faculty, and staff

How to Reserve and Borrow Technology

Kares Library offers various types of technology that current students, faculty, and staff can borrow and take home.

We recommend reserving the technology prior to your visit by contacting the library (256-216-6669, refdesk@athens.edu)current Athens State ID is required.

Click on the following link and select Technology on Reserve to see a full list of items available: https://athensstateuniversitylibrary.on.worldcat.org/courseReserves/landing

Borrow Graphing Calculators

  • Texas Instruments TI-36X Pro Graphing Calculator
  • Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus CE Graphing Calculator

Graphing calculators can be checked out for 7 days.

Borrow Technology for Creation, Production, & Presentations

Audio-visual kit that can be checked out for 7 days, and functions as a pop-up recording studio.

Kit includes:

  • green screen
  • sound buffer
  • microphone
  • camera
  • tripod

 AVerMedia Live Streamer Cam 313 full HD webcam

This webcam checks out for 7 days, and is adjustable for multi-position use with or without a tripod.

Projectors and Projector Screens

  • Epson ES 1000 Ultra-portable Projection Screen
  • Epson PowerLite 1781W Projector
  • EpsonPowerLite 50c Projector

Projectors and screens check out for 7 days.

Borrow Adapters and Cords

The library offers several adapters and cords for use with technology on reserve. Options include:

  • QVS Power Adapters
  • Watson Outdoor Power Extension Cords

Cords and adapters check out for 7 days.

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Course Reserves

In addition to technology available to all students & staff, several classes have technology reserved specifically for use by students enrolled in these classes: