What technology is in classroom spaces on the Moscow campus?

Overview

The following is a list of media equipped general classroom spaces on the Moscow campus, listed with the specific technology installed in the space by room type. For instructions on how to use the technology in each space, see the linked articles next to each classroom type below. For more detailed information about the space capacity, basic amenities of these classrooms please visit the Office of the Registrar – Amenities and Availability website.

All classroom scheduling is handled by the Registrar’s Office Classroom Scheduling group. 

Students requiring assistive technology should contact the Center for Disability Access and Resources (CDAR) for help with assistive listening and other assistive technology options.

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Multimedia

Multimedia Classroom Instructions (link)

Technology: touch panel, computer, document camera, webcam, blu-ray

AD 317, 336

AG SCI 204

ALB 202, 335

BEL 205

BPC 040A

CNR 010

EP 122, 214, 216

JEB 221, 328

LSS 163

MCCL 415

NICCOL 006, 301

REN 127

TLC 022, 028, 031, 032, 040, 041, 044, 045, 050, 051, 122, 139, 140, 141, 144, 145, 146, 147, 149, 222, 223, 241, 244, 245, 246, 247, 249

Multimedia lecture halls w/ mic improvements

Multimedia Classroom Instructions (link) 

Technology: touch panel, computer, document camera, webcam, lavalier mic, handheld mic, blu-ray, assistive listening available

These classrooms have the ability to share the lavalier and handheld mics through Zoom to improve the audio for students at a distance. See this article (link) for specific instructions.

AG SCI 106

JEB 104

LSS 277

REN 111, 112

Multimedia w/ Dual Projection

Multimedia Classroom Instructions (link) 

Technology: touch panel, computer, document camera, webcam, lavalier mic, handheld mic, an additional projection screen/display at the front or back of room, blu-ray

These classrooms operate the same as other multimedia classrooms except they have two displays/screens so the instructor can choose to have different content on each.  See this article (link) for specific instructions.

ALB 101, 102, 201, 204 (dual projectors - front of room, assistive listening available)

ED 141, 243, 442, 443 (dual displays - one at front of room, one at back of room)

REN 125, 126 (dual projectors - front of room)

Video Conferencing

Video Conferencing Instructions (link) 

Technology: Touch panel, computer, document camera, 2 displays at front of room, 1 display at back of room, 1 camera at front of room facing audience, 1 camera at back of room facing instructor, ceiling microphones, blu-ray

These rooms were specifically designed for teaching students attending at a distance from a classroom on another UI campus. The control panel allows you to connect to the Zoom meeting and to rooms on other campuses, and share the PC, doc cam, or an external device. There are also ceiling mics to improve audio and front and rear facing cameras to capture instructor and attendees. 

EP 202, 204

NICCOL 208

Enhanced Video Conferencing

Enhanced Video Conferencing Instructions (link) 

Technology: touch panel, computer, document camera, webcam, lavalier mic,, ceiling microphone, two monitors at the lectern

Beyond the typical equipment, these systems also include a ceiling microphone and two monitors (one traditional and one touch monitor) on the lectern to support the use of Zoom. The touch monitor improves the use of Zoom Whiteboard and Zoom or PowerPoint annotation while the second monitor allows for pulling Zoom chat onto a separate screen for easier monitoring or utilizing for preparing content. Only the content on the touch monitor can be shared.

AD 227, 326

ALB 112, 212

EP 205, 209

MCCL 209, 315

TLC 023, 030, 046, 047, 148

Enhanced Video Conferencing w/ Video Tracking

Enhanced Video Conferencing w/ Video Tracking Instructions (link) 

Technology: touch panel, computer, document camera, webcam, lavalier mic,, ceiling microphone, two monitors at the lectern, auto-tracking camera

These two rooms provide the best technologies for active instructors who like to move around the room and are teaching students in person and at a distance simultaneously.  ​

TLC 029, 248

Zoom Enabled

Zoom Enabled Instructions (link) 

Technology: 75” display, computer, webcam, and doc cam.

These systems enable the instructor to easily teach. The limitation is that you cannot your own device with a wired connection. However, you can launch a Zoom meeting from the lectern computer and connect your device to the same meeting or use http://zoom.us/share to share content from your device. 

AAS 103

AD 301, 307

BEL 116, 118, 346

CNR 209

LLC 132, 133, 144

MCCL 115, 117

MINES 212, 214, 306

NICCOL 206

REN 129, 132

SHOUP 307

BYOD (Bring Your Own Device)

BYOD Instructions (link) 

Technology: large display, HDMI cable

These rooms have limited technology - a large wall-mounted display and HDMI cable to connect to your own device. 

MINES 217, 219

TEAL (Technology Enhanced Active Learning)

TEAL Instructions (link) 

Technology: at lectern - touch panel, computer, document camera, webcam, blu-ray; at each table - touch panel, computer, document camera, webcam 

This is the only General University Classroom of its type with the ability to connect a device to any table, or the lectern, with HDMI or by mirroring/casting. Each of the five tables has a touch panel, PC, and doc cam while the lectern includes all typical classroom technologies. The lectern touch panel allows for advanced switching so that any table content can be sent to any display. 

ED 441

 

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