Does the Library loan out digital projectors?

Yes. The SFU Library owns several digital projectors, which are available for loan. 

Who can borrow projectors?

All SFU faculty, staff and students can borrow projectors.

Where do I go to borrow a projector?

Projectors can be checked out from the circulation desk on the 3rd floor of WAC Bennett Library (SFU Burnaby), or at the Loans counter at the Fraser Library (SFU Surrey).

Projectors are not available at Belzberg Library (SFU Vancouver) at this time.

How long can I borrow a projector, and what are the fines if I return it late?

You can borrow a projector for 4 hours with no renewals, requests, holds, or bookings.

Late fees of $10.00 per hour will be charged for all units not returned on time. See Fines and penalties: Borrowing Library materials for further information.

Projectors must be returned 1 hour before Library closing.

How do I find out if a projector is available?

To find out  what the Library owns, search Laptops & equipment borrowing for projectors (and other equipment) at the different SFU Library locations. 

For more information, including which projectors are available to borrow, contact Loans staff by phone, by email at, or in person at the Loans desk at any Library.

Where can I use a Library projector?

The most suitable place to use one of these units is in one of the group study rooms at the WAC Bennett Library, which can be booked in advance.