Classroom ETEC Facilities

Equipment 102 103 104 106 110 112 122 214 320 B30 B32 B34
Seating Capacity 80 42 80 55 83 55 55 40 34 42 40 42
Computer x x x x x x x x x x x x
Ceiling mounted projector x x x x x x x x x x x x
Second projection screen x   x x                
Visualizer x x x x x x   x x x x x
DVD x x x x x x   x x x x x
VCR x x x x x x   x x x x x
Laptop 1 x x x x x x   x x x x x
Laptop 2 x x x x                
VGA video output to second projector x x x   x x x x x      
Phone x x x x x x x x x x x x
Microphone x x x x x x x x x      
x x x x x x x x x      
      Wireless **
** ** ** ** ** ** ** **      
White board x x x         x x x x x
Chalk board       x x x x          
Acetate projector x    x                  
Video course capture       x                
Video conferencing       x                
Audio conferencing               x        
Annotation monitor               x        


** - Need to schedule headset for every lecture required.

1) VCR (VHS format)/DVD Player

  • Located in the cabinet below the touch-screen in Jacobs or in the media cabinet in Alfiero classrooms
  • To adjust volume, select "Program Volume" on the right side of the touch-screen
  • Remember to take your videotape or DVD with you when you leave

2) WOLF (Visualizer)

  • Camera can be used to project 3 dimensional objects as well as opaque and transparent 2D images
  • Located in the "garage" on top of the podium in Jacobs or next to the podium in Alfiero
  • Select the "Visualizer" button on the touch-screen, to turn it on
  • Carefully adjust camera using green thumb holds where possible. Turn camera to face down. Do not put finger prints on mirror
  • Use zoom/focus controls on the touch-screen
  • To put away, hold camera while gently lowering arm to prevent crash into whiteboard
  • Check that drawer is locked in place before leaving

3) INT PC (Internal PC)

  • Computer should be running.  If no lights are on computer, press power button and see instructions on podium to log in.
  • Please contact the IT department, before the semester begins to have any software installed

4) EXT PC (External PC)

  • You can connect any desktop, laptop, notebook, PC or MAC, to the podium to use the ceiling LCD projector
  • You must have a monitor cable with the appropriate connector (or adapter ) to fit a 15 pin-female connector. Check with Dave Costello, Marina Jarnot, or through email prior to use of an external PC
  • The projector's resolution will adjust to the laptop's settings
  • Check your laptop or notebook User Guide to see if there is a toggle key to use alternate monitor
  • We strongly recommend that you test use of an external PC prior to the scheduled presentation

Additional Equipment

Telephone: Help is available!

  • The telephone may be used for any on campus (last 4 digits) or local off campus call (dial 9 + 7 digit number)
  • The telephone may not be used for long distance calls
  • If you set off the alarm, call Public Safety immediately, 2222, then call 3210 and ask for a member of the IT staff.
  • If you encounter problems, use the following contact list in order:
    • The Jacobs Lab Consultants between 8:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m. and after 10:00 a.m. on weekends: 645-3332
    • Resource Management: 645-3210

Overhead Projectors - Instructional Technology Services support

  • If you finish the acetate roll, replace it with one on the cart, and inform Resource Management
  • If there are no acetate rolls on the cart, call Resource Management at 645-3210
  • If a light bulb burns out, turn off overhead before sliding bar to use second bulb
    • NOTE: Failure to turn off overhead projector will cause the second bulb to burn out immediately as you slide the lever to use the second bulb
  • After you have switched to second bulb, turn projector back on
  • Notify Resource Management or the IT staff that a bulb burned out


  • A microphone may be available. If so, it will be in a drawer in the podium
  • If you wish to use a corded microphone, contact IT staff for instructions on where to plug in
  • Switch on the microphone on the belt clip unit
  • Clip the lapel clip on a collar, tie or lapel
  • When done, press the release button before unplugging microphone
  • Be sure to put it back in podium

Sound System

  • All audio output from the VCR, Computer, external computers, CD-ROM and microphone, may go to the room sound system
  • The volume adjustment is located on the touch panel, as well as in each computer's control panel
  • Audio mute is available on the touch panel