Smart Classroom/Cart Technology Support
Smart Classrooms have computer technologies permanently installed while Smart Carts are mobile workstations that can be moved from classroom to classroom, as needed.
Technical support includes quick-response technical assistance for issues encountered during instruction, hardware/software management and recommendations regarding technology in support of academics.
Smart Classrooms contain video/data projectors, television sets, VCR and DVD players, desktop computers, notebook computer connections (A/V, LAN, and internet), visualizers, intra-classroom connections, and access to the video distribution hub that allows playback of multiple format videotapes, satellite downlinks, and 16-mm film footage. OIT supports 50 Smart Classrooms on campus.
Smart Carts include overhead projectors, VCR and DVD players, desktop computers, and notebook computer connections (A/V, LAN, and internet). In areas where physical network connections are not available, instructors may connect to the internet using wireless network cards. There are 11 Smart Carts throughout campus:
- 1 in the Akasofu Building
- 1 in the Brooks Building
- 1 in the Bunnell Building
- 2 in the Duckering Building
- 1 in the Fine Arts Building
- 2 in the Gruening Building
- 1 in the Reichardt Building
- 1 "Roaming"
- 1 in the Wood Center