CIRT offers a wide variety of equipment to faculty for checkout. For a complete list of what is available, please login to our equipment booking system.
CIRT will be open in Building 1 Room 1801 on Tuesday, March 24: Open 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to support equipment checkout.
Faculty who need equipment for remote instruction may make an appointment to meet with a CIRT staff member to pick up the equipment. Email email@example.com with information about the equipment you need. Appointments are limited to equipment pick up. A brief setup time is necessary for laptops and tablets. CIRT is happy to meet with faculty via Zoom for help with using equipment.
Visit the Academic Continuity Resources webpage for additional information. This situation continues to change rapidly, so please also watch your UNF email, and visit the university website for updates: www.unf.edu/coronavirus.
Equipment Booking System
CIRT Equipment Booking SystemDirections for using the equipment booking system
CIRT Equipment Checkout Policy
CIRT’s equipment checkout policy is designed to ensure that equipment remains in good working order and is as broadly available as possible to faculty.;
- Only currently employed faculty are able to utilize this service.
- All equipment must be checked out and returned in person by the faculty member.
- Only one of any type of equipment (e.g. laptop) may be checked out at the same time.
- The standard equipment checkout period is 2 weeks.
- When equipment is checked out, the faculty member assumes personal responsibility for the item; do not loan the equipment to others.
- Equipment is checked out in good condition and is expected to be returned in good condition.
- In the event that the borrowed equipment is damaged or lost, the borrower is required to report this information to CIRT immediately; in the event that the borrowed equipment is stolen, the borrower is required to report this information to the UPD immediately as well as reporting the information to CIRT.
- CIRT reserves the right to refuse checkout to faculty who repeatedly damage, lose, or fail to return equipment.