The following equipment can be reserved at no charge for university classes and at a minimal charge for other purposes. See Reservable Equipment for more information. Complete the Reservation form to request equipment.
Data Projector - projects images and video from a computer or VHS/DVD player. The Epson Powerlite 710c projector with a resolution of 1024 x 768 and works well in most lighting situations, even full light.
Laptop - contact us about available laptops.
Classroom EquipmentWe have equipment already installed in many of the classrooms on campus. This equipment is turned off and locked unless we are notified otherwise. Check our Classroom Equipment List to see what is installed in a classroom. Reserve the equipment with the online form.
Data Projector - projects images and video that comes from a computer, VHS/DVD player, or document camera. Most projectors have at least a 1024 x 768 resolution.
Classroom Screen - displays the images sent through the projector. It is white and usually measures 5 or 6 feet in width and length.
DVD Player - used to play your DVD media. The media played is projected through a projector onto a screen.
Document Camera - used to show live images of documents, books, and other objects. These images are shown through a projector onto a screen.
SMART Sympodium - combines an interactive pen display with a multimedia lectern that integrates and secures your equipment. You can control computer applications, write in digital ink, and save your work by touching the pen tool to the display surface. As you deliver presentations, you can bring up images and web sites to illustrate points.
Automated Control System - a system that is operated solely by the user. The user logs in and is able to control all devices through either a computer panel or a manual keypad. See the Automated Rooms tutorial. Please contact us if you need training to use this system.
Wireless Microphone - has no wires attached to it, freeing the speaker to walk around without tripping on any microphone cables. The user clips the microphone onto his/her shirt. Occasionally, the wireless microphone will require a battery change.