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Services for Faculty: Digital Initiatives & Preservation

Media Services for Faculty

Dayton Memorial Library's Digital Initiatives & Preservation Department is a full service media support facility located in DML Room 104. Services offered include the management and scheduling of two library multimedia classrooms, media/multimedia collection development, production and post-production, circulation of media, equipment checkouts, and media related reference and consultation. We encourage you to visit and browse our collection of DVDs and Blu-rays,and other analog and digital formats, as well as for advice on any media related topic.

Collection Development

Digital Initiatives & Preservation maintains a growing collection of titles in all formats, however, DVD and Blu-ray are the most actively collected. New titles are added based on professional reviews and close collaboration with faculty, staff and patrons.

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Digital Initiatives & Preservation

Media Circulation

DVDs, CDs, Blu-ray discs, and audiobooks circulate to anyone with a DML library card.

The various formats circulate for different periods of time depending on the type of borrower. When checking out materials please confirm the due date with the circulation assistant. In most cases, renewals can be processed by telephone or email.

If you lack the equipment for playback of our materials, study carrels with playback equipment are available in room 104 and group study rooms are located on every floor of the library. 

All materials are searchable in the library catalog.

A/V Equipment Checkout

Digital Initiatives & Preservation offers a wide variety of equipment for 24 hour checkout to faculty, staff and students. Popular items include:

  • video camcorders (digital)
  • tripods
  • DVD players
  • LCD projectors
  • portable public address systems
  • microphones
  • slide projectors
  • overhead projectors
  • audiocassette player/recorders
  • digital audio recorders

Many items are in heavy demand even though they are in limited supply. It is essential to plan ahead and reserve your equipment well in advance, especially if you are ordering data/video projectors, camcorders, and PA systems. Equipment is for academic purposes only.

To reserve equipment or request a brief training session, please call the Digital Initiatives & Preservation Front Desk at 303-458-4265.

Multimedia Production

Production services available include:

  • Consultation for instructional use of audio and visual material
  • Preproduction planning
  • Digital still imaging and scanning, including digital photography, large format scanning, and 35mm slide and film scanning
  • Video and audio recording
  • Editing and other post production services
  • Duplication*
  • Format conversion/analog and digital
  • Animation

It is essential to plan ahead and reserve your production time well in advance of your production due date. If you have any questions, or if you would like to book production time, please contact the Digital Content Project Manager or the Digital Initiatives & Preservation Front Desk at 303-458-4265.

*Some types of duplication and format conversion are illegal. Please refer to the Regis University copyright policy.

Contact Us

Digital Initiatives & Preservation Front Desk:

Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Please note:  the office may be closed for short periods to allow for equipment deliveries and installation.

Dayton Memorial Library
Room 104
Regis University 
3333 Regis Blvd.
Denver, CO  80221-1099

Digital Initiatives & Preservation is also responsible for scheduling the Media Classroom (DML 112) and Media Seminar Room (DML 115).

Reference and Consultation

If you have any media related questions please feel free to call or visit. Common inquiries might include requests for equipment recommendations, locating specific video titles or expert help with production and digitization techniques.