5.03 Audiovisual Equipment Use

The Coralville Public Library provides certain audiovisual equipment for patrons’ use within the Library.

  1. The audiovisual equipment may be used on a first-come, first-served basis. Reservations for use will not be allowed. Limited training in the use of equipment is available if needed.
  2. Staff reserves the right to limit length of use to provide access to equipment for other patrons.
  3. Due to the small amount of space, there is a limit of two persons at each piece of audiovisual equipment.
  4. Patrons may use the audiovisual equipment to play library materials or their own materials. The Library is not responsible for damage to patrons’ materials used in Library equipment.
  5. The Library staff reserves the right to terminate a person’s use of the audiovisual equipment if problems of excessive noise, physical abuse, or equipment malfunction occur.

The Coralville Public Library provides certain audiovisual equipment for use during meetings held in the meeting rooms.

  1. Reservations for the audiovisual equipment in the meeting rooms will be taken when the Meeting Room Request form is filled out. Meeting room use equipment may only be used in conjunction with the meeting rooms.
  2. Limited training in the use of the equipment is available if needed. Arrangements for training or help setting up equipment must be made in advance.
  3. Groups may use the audiovisual equipment to play library materials or their own materials. The Library is not responsible for damage to materials used in Library equipment. Most audiovisual materials purchased by the library do not have performance rights.
  4. The Library staff reserves the right to terminate a group’s use of the audiovisual equipment if problems of physical abuse or equipment malfunction occur.

Any damage to or loss of equipment will be assessed on an individual basis by the Library Director or Board of trustees.

Adopted: April 7, 1993
Revised: April 3, 1996
Revised: June 2, 1999
Revised: June 12, 2002
Reviewed: May 2009
Reviewed: September 2012