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Technology Equipped Classrooms
Classrooms technology supports multimedia presentations. A room-by-room listing of classroom equipment installations is also available the Astra Scheduling System under "view rooms." If you encounter technical problems in the rooms, or would like to make suggestions for improvement, please contact Academic Technology.
Classrooms are equipped with projectors supporting computer display and the playback of videotapes and DVDs. Faculty and students can hook up their laptop to these systems or use the podium computer. IF using their own laptop, presenters should test their laptop compatibility with a particular room system prior to use. For assistance in testing the in-room systems with your personal laptop, please call Michael Daw, x6013.
Classroom Ethernet Connectivity
All classrooms on campus have ethernet ports allowing connection to the campus wide network and the internet, as well as wireless connectivity. Connecting to the campus network requires that you have a SCU novell account (or guest account).
Multimedia Lab in Harrington Learning Commons
The Multimedia Lab is available to both faculty and students for individual or group work. If you need to have any special software loaded for your students, please call x4520 to make arrangements.
The Instructional Technology Resource Specialists, Michael Gilkison and Gloria Hofer are located in the Harrington Learning Commons adjacent to the Multimedia Lab.
Viewing and Taping Rooms in Harrington Learning Commons
Three rooms (seating 60, 30 and 20) are available for daytime or evening film/video showings, 7 days a week, when the building is open.
Using a variety of spaces throughout Media Services' facilities, we can support videotaping of up to 5 small groups (4-6 students each) simultaneously.
Instructor need not be present.