The Instructional Media Services (IMS) unit provides the De La Salle University academic community with multimedia and audiovisual resources and services to meet their instructional and research needs.
The IMS houses and circulates more than 2,000 video tapes and assorted resources such as audio tapes, slides, and multimedia sources in CD-ROMs and a wide array of audio-visual and projection equipment and devices. All resources however, are strictly for use within the DLSU campus premises.
The IMS takes charge of the scheduling of the use of multimedia rooms located at Velasco Building (V210), Miguel Hall (M406) and IMS Office. It maintains the overhead projectors placed in all the classrooms and the television sets with video players mounted on mobile cabinets which are stationed at different strategic floors of every building in campus.
The newly renovated IMS Office has a multimedia area equipped with 10 high end networked computer facilities to accommodate primarily faculty members in their multimedia materials development and production. Access to IMS CD-Interactive collection by students and faculty is also provided in this area.
Other services provided by IMS are the scanning of graphic materials, transparency and other slide production, video and photo coverage for a reasonable cost. The IMS also issues referrals for users who wish to borrow films and other multimedia materials from outside lending institutions.
The online catalog of the IMS collection can be accessed using the Millennium Web OPAC.