Any information that combines sound (audio) -Â for example music, voices andÂ sound effects -Â with images (visual). As such, a television, DVD player or video recorder can be described as audiovisual equipment.
Audiovisual means "of or relating to both hearing and sight". Pertaining to audiovisual collections, the term typically means film, video and sound recordings, regardless of the format of those recordings.
Information presented in a form other than words printed on paper. Examples include films, compact discs, audio tapes, and videos. Also called "media." In the Lee Library, most of these materials are located in the Learning Resource Center, on Level 4.
A term used to refer to nonprint materials such as films, filmstrips, slides, video recordings, audio compact discs, audiotapes, CD-ROMs, machine-readable data files and computer sofware. See also: media.