The School of Law's classrooms have all been standardized with similar A/V controls to maximize ease of use. All of our main classrooms have a resident instructor PC. You are encouraged to visit your classroom well in advance to practice with the controls and new presentation files.
Typical A/V Control Panel
Generally, to turn the system on, click the ON button, allow 5-20 seconds for the projector to warm up (projector screens will lower in some classrooms) and make sure your desired input source is selected (typically PC if you are using the resident computer). Adjust the volume as necessary.
As seen in the image above you can also connect other devices through these inputs
- HDMI - for newer laptops/ tablets, iPads, iPhones and iPods (some Macs will require an additional adapter cable)
- VGA + Audio - for most laptops. Adapter cable required (some Macs will require an additional adapter cable)
- RCA - for legacy devices such as VCRs
A number of classrooms have wireless handheld/lavaliere microphones (see table below). These can be picked up and returned at the main desk (Room 201). They just need to be turned on/off for use.
DVDs may be played in the resident PC's DVD drive.
Most classrooms have been outfitted with Apple TVs. Those with an iPhone, iPad or Mac can wirelessly mirror there displays via Apple's Airplay technology when connected to the wireless DuqNet network. Please contact IT for the password for connecting to each classroom. Learn more.
Classroom Technology Summary
The table below provides a list of our classrooms and their respective technology resources. All classrooms with a resident computer have a wireless presenter ("clicker" with laser pointer) for advancing PowerPoint slides. Resident computers all have Microsoft Windows 7 and Office 2016 installed.
|302||16||Dual 80" LCDs||(6)||(2)|
McGinnis Computer Lab
|24||3 50" LCDs|
|30||Dual 70" LCDs|
Legal Writing Center
|LAW CLINIC (TRIBONE)
|201 Courtroom||8||65" Plasma||(2)|
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