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Resources for Teacher Licensure Candidates: Get Started: Equipment

Locate equipment and video editing software to support the preparation of edTPA portfolios.

How Can the Library Help You... with edTPA Requirements?

The first stop in your edTPA adventure should be the COEPS edTPA Teacher Candidate portal.

Andersen Library provides a range of resources that teaching licensure candidates will find useful as they prepare portfolios and edTPA requirements, such as PC and Mac desktop and laptops with video editing and other software, a variety of spaces, including the Children's Area, reservable study rooms, and other equipment.

Patrons must have a UWW ID (Hawkcard) to borrow equipment. Additionally, they must have a loan agreement on file and may not have excessive fines on their library account. All equipment is available on a first-come, first-served basis. 

Loan Period Check for Current Availability of Items Below
AV Equipment Availability
10 Days

COEPS Video Recording Kits in Library Reserves (JVC Video Cameras)

NOTE: If these are all checked out, please visit iCIT's AV Check Out reservation form for iCIT cameras.

The Winther Hall Lab (WH1005) also has cameras for lending.

Overnight

PC Laptops

Mac Laptops

3 Days iPads
3 Days Nexus 7
4 hours Headphones
7 Days Video cameras
7 Days "Point and shoot" cameras
Varies USB webcams
Varies Tiipods
Varies Digital voice recorder
Varies Assorted cables and power cords - Ask at the Circulation Desk

Need Help?

The Library Reference Desk or Circulation Desk can provide limited assistance with Library equipment and software. If we are unable to assist you, we will do our best to direct you to someone who can. 

Video editing requires additional time. Please plan accordingly. Note closing times for individual floors and the Library before starting your editing.

The Winter Hall Lab is available to support UW-W COEPS students with instructional technology. Please visit the WITRC website or stop in the Winther Hall lab, room 1006, for additional information.

Video Prep and Editing Help Guides:

 

Get Help: Ask a Librarian

Andersen Library Reference Desk

Phone: (262) 472-1032

Call or visit during Reference Desk Hours

Make an Appointment with any Librarian

Get help via email

Get help 24/7 with Ask a Librarian Chat*

*UW-W librarians chat Mondays 1-2 pm & 4-5 pm during the summer