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Below is a document listing the technology available in SHU instructional and meeting spaces. Please consider this document when booking space for classes or meetings!
SOME TERMS TO KNOW AND UNDERSTAND
The term display refers to the large display in a instructional or meeting space. This may be a large monitor (TV), a traditional screen with a projector, or an interactive whiteboard with a projector.
extended vs. duplicated DISPLAY
When using multiple monitors or display devices the user can choose to display the same information on both displays (Duplicated) or different information on both displays (Extended). This setting is available by right clicking on your desktop and selecting "display settings". This can also be easily changed through the keyboard shortcut "windows key" and "P".
Bring your own device. This refers to any source brought into a space other than the devices which are installed and stay in the room at all times. An example would be your personal laptop.
Interactivity is provided through many styles in our instructional spaces. Interactivity provides the opportunity to electronically whiteboard or annotate on the presented image. Examples of this technology are Epson interactive whiteboards, SMART boards, and touch screen Instructor PC's which allow you to accomplish this feature without needing to turn your back to the students.
Room control system
This is the user interface installed in rooms to control, Display power, audio volume, and source selection. This control system may be an Extron MLC push button control box, an Extron touch screen control system, a Crestron control system, an Epson pilot, or a simple wireless projector remote.
An interactive whiteboard is a projection surface which enables electronic whiteboarding and or annotation. This may be a SMART board or an EPSON interactive whiteboard.
When indicated on an Extron MLC push button control box, this indicates the PC that resides in the room at all times.
When indicated on an Extron MLC push button control box, this indicates the HDMI cable that is located at the instructor station, typically in a cable cubby. This input is available for BYOD. You will need to supply your appropriate adapter if required.
Microsoft Teams is the SHU standard for web conferencing. The majority of our spaces are equipped with cameras and microphones to allow for web conferences, recording of class sessions or meetings, or synchronous learning. Web conferencing allows for sharing of audio, video, and content.
Some commonly used Audio Visual Connectors used at SHU are pictured below.