We’ve been replacing the oldest PCs in the Interdisciplinary Labs on campus over the summer. 168 new computers running Windows 7 have been purchased and deployed to:
- Library 121
- Library 122
- Gist Hall 215
- Siemens Hall 118
- Siemens Hall 119
- BSSB 317
We’ve also deployed document cameras in the following rooms to replace the overhead projectors. The cameras enable you to project an image of any item, including 3D items.
Note also that Classroom Technology Services is the new umbrella name for the Interdisciplinary Labs, Smart Classrooms, and Media Services.
Before Your First Class
If you’re scheduled to use the Interdisciplinary Computer Labs and/or Smart Classrooms for instruction this semester, please plan in some time BEFORE your first class to (re)familiarize yourself with the software and equipment. Contact Classroom Technology Services at x3166 as soon as possible to schedule your Technology Training Update session and ensure that your first class runs smoothly. Bring samples of your instructional materials when you come to training, too, so we can make sure we’re covering all the bases.
If you need to check out a particular piece of equipment from Classroom Technology Services, you should reserve it as soon as possible to ensure it will be available when you need it. If it’s something you’re not too familiar with using, schedule an orientation session as well when you make the reservation.
To review the current software and equipment list, check the links below:
- Interdisciplinary Computing Labs: http://www.humboldt.edu/its/labs-softwarelist
- Smart Classrooms: http://www.humboldt.edu/its/smartclassrooms-software
Lab Lock Box Combinations for Fall 2012:
- BSS 317: 2317
- FH 202: 2202
- GH 215: 2215
- HGH 115: 2115
- JH 212: 2212
- LIB 121: 2121
- Sci-A 364: 2364
- SH 118: 2118
- SH 119: 2119
If you need specific software for Smart Classroom or Lab use, you must re-request it each semester. The deadline for the Spring 2013 semester is November 15. See http://www.humboldt.edu/its/labs-softwarerequests for more on how to do this.
If you have any questions or suggestions, please contact us at x3166 or email@example.com.