Open hours

AS403

Monday - Thursday: 9:00 - 17:00
Friday: 9:00 - 12:00

 

ATC521

Monday to Friday 9am to 11am and 1pm to 3pm
Or by appointment dmstevens@swin.edu.au  

Contact us

AS403 - Digital Media Production

Email: mediaproduction@swin.edu.au
Phone: 9214 8101 or 9214 5246

 

ATC521 - Animation & Design

Email: dmstevens@swin.edu.au
Phone: 9214 3863

Announcements

Sanitising of equipment

If you are borrowing from AS403, all equipment must be sanitised in the cleaning station in AS408 before being returned.

 

End of semester shutdown

The last day the stores will be open for semester 1 is June 3rd. All equipment must be returned by this date.

Help

How to create a booking

How to edit, add to or update a booking before collection

You MIGHT be able to renew equipment for an extra two days if it is available. This can be done by going into your active booking from the home page, and selecting "renew booking". Again, renewals are not guaranteed. If you can't renew, it means someone else has booked the gear and it must be returned at the originally scheduled time.

Creating a new booking does not extend an existing booking.

Do NOT make multiple bookings for the same day. Instead, follow the guide above to update/edit a booking and add additional items if required. Multiple bookings will be deleted.

 

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Policies

Fines & lost or damaged equipment

  • Overdue equipment more than 1 hour late will attract a fine of $20. An additional fine of $20 will apply for every additional 24 hour period (excluding weekends). Your borrowing privileges will be suspended until paid.
  • The borrower is responsible for the safety of the equipment & will be charged the full replacement cost for any loss or damage (including when working in a group). Do not leave equipment in cars or in plain sight of the public.
  • Equipment that is returned in a manner requiring cleaning will be charged a minimum $20 fine; depending on how extensive a clean is required. This includes cases and accessories.

General

  • You will need to present your current Swinburne ID card. Only the person who made the booking can collect the equipment (equipment will not be given to friends/family looking to collect on a user's behalf).
  • Equipment must be borrowed and returned during opening hours on or before the agreed date & time.
  • Equipment is to be returned in the same condition it was borrowed. This includes items in the correct places in bags and cables neatly wound and tied. It is the borrower's responsibility to erase memory cards.
  • If working in a group of 5 or more on-campus a member of the group must wear a hi-viz vest (available from the office).
  • Staff reserve the right to limit bookings where a user has booked a large amount of equipment that may limit fair access to other users.
  • Subjects requiring green-lighting: your project must be greenlit prior to booking any gear to ensure productions are happening in a safe manner. Bookings for projects that are not greenlit will be deleted.
  • Equipment is to be used for the purposes of completing assigned work as part of your Swinburne course and must not be given or sub-let to any other parties.

Studios

  • No food or drink is allowed in any studio.
  • Non-attendance of a studio booking at the scheduled starting time will result in that booking being canceled.
  • Studio spaces must be left as they were found (rubbish removed, furniture returned, cabling connected).
  • The person booking the studio is responsible for loss and damage (including when working in a group).

 

COVID-19 OH&S Requirements - General Guidelines

  • Students must wear a mask in accordance with current DHHS guidelines. A personal mask should be carried with you at all times.
  • Social distancing is to be observed at all times.
  • Once you arrive at campus, check in with the QR codes and connect to Swinburne Wifi.
  • Stay at home if you have any symptoms. Do not attend campus if you are feeling ill or have any symptoms or are required to self-isolate.

Using Equipment Off-site

  • Equipment must be used by one user at a time. The user’s hands should be sanitised prior to, and after using the equipment.
  • As part of the shoot, if the equipment’s primary operator is transferred to a new user, equipment must be cleaned with ISO wipes. Attention should be paid to the major touchpoints of the equipment (for example, on a camera this would be the grip, lens barrel (not the glass), buttons, battery, and memory card area.
  • Prior to cleaning, ensure all power is disconnected (this includes battery sources).

Returning Equipment

  • It is the borrower's responsibility to clean equipment prior to it being returned. Space will be made available at each borrowing location with cleaning supplies.
  • Students must read and follow the Safe Work Instruction (SWI) available here and at the cleaning locations.