iSchool Classroom, LIS 126
Details the features and uses of classroom 126 in 501 East Daniel Street. The room is outfitted with mounted A/V equipment such as microphones, cameras, and projectors which can be controlled via the A/V control panel behind the front counter.
|Room 126 is equipped with the following:||Room 126 does not have:|
||1. A whiteboard|
The control panel in this room is touch screen. It is located beneath the computer, built in the desk. The touch screen will take a moment or two for it to register your touch; so the key is to give it a few seconds if it doesn't automatically respond.
Tip: every time the system is powered on, the button Room Mic Mute, will be orange, indicating that it is muted. Just pressing the orange button will un-mute it and turn the button blue. You can double check that the ceiling mics are on (or off) by looking at the circular lights. Blue light indicates that they are on (though you may still have to select their input on Zoom). Red light indicates that the ceiling mics are off.
Shown above is the main screen. Depending on what function you would like to share, there are according buttons you can press. To turn on the projector, press the Power button in the upper left side. This should turn on both sets of projectors and screens.* Please do not manually pull down the projector screens.
*If only one of the projector and screens turn on, please press the buttons below power that relate to which screen did not come down. If the screen closest to you did not automatically lower, please press Screen A/B ? down. Then to turn on the projector, press Dual Projection that can be found on the main touch screen.
1. HDMI cable to attach to personal device for projection and dongle adapter for mac devices
2. Drawer at lectern full of A/V wiring and equipment
3. View of classroom from behind the presenter's lectern