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Classroom Technology Updates

Summer 2013

96% of all Registrar controlled classrooms are now fully outfitted with technology.

Fisher Hall:  With the exception of room 708, all classrooms in Fisher Hall on floors three through seven are now considered technology enhanced classrooms. These rooms match the technology enhanced classrooms in buildings across campus and contain a podium with a resident computer, DVD capabilities, an audio system and the standardized push button control system.

Libermann Hall:  A new academic space has been added to the third floor. Room 316 seats 30 students and contains the university standardized classroom technology offerings (computer, projector, DVD capabilities, audio system and push button controls). Three additional rooms will be added to Libermann's third floor for spring semester, January 2014.

Rockwell Hall:  Room 308 has been redesigned as an active learning space.  This new concept classroom seats 40 students in eight stations or pods that lend themselves to small group work and collaborative activities.

College Hall:  Efforts to improve the classroom learning environment began in 10 classrooms.  The rooms received facelifts which included fresh paint, updated student seating, and new instructor stations.

 

November 2012

Fisher Hall:  A technology podium was added to 716 Fisher Hall

 

Summer 2012 Improvements

Canevin Hall:  Six (6) classrooms received Smart Boards and AV systems. Now all twelve Canevin rooms have complete technology systems with computers, projectors and Smart Boards. ** Contact the MSDC @ x4614 for Smart Board training.

Bayer Lecture Halls:  New ... podiums, document cameras, carpeting!, and writeable monitors were added. The "Smart Podium" monitors permit one to annotate on the screen over any application. ** Contact the MSDC @ x4614 for Smart Podium training.

Mellon and College Hall Lecture Halls:  New document cameras and "Smart Podium" monitors were installed.

Rockwell Lecture Halls and 719 Fisher Hall:  "Smart Podiums" monitors replaced the dated Sympodium monitors.

Fisher Hall:  AV podiums were installed in 600, 709, 714, and 722. 442 Fisher AV connections were re-positioned to make teaching with technology easier for the user.

Libermann Hall:  AV carts were placed into 602 and 605. The carts provide the technology offerings that are standard across campus: Windows 7 computer, video projector, DVD/VCR combo and Extron push button classroom controls.

Libermann Lecture Hall:  The space provides the standard lecture hall technology offerings (large projection screen, Windows 7 computer, DVD and blu-ray playback, VCR connections, document camera, wireless microphone) along with lecture capture abilities.

Classroom VCRs:  As the usage of VHS tapes continues to decline, newly installed technology enhanced classrooms will not contain a VCR. We will continue to support the VCRs currently in the classrooms until they are no longer functional. RCA connection type input will continue to be installed on new podiums to allow for VCR connection.