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IT Services: Classroom Technology

Classroom Technology

IT Services is responsible for the installation, maintenance, and operational support of the technology in classrooms across campus. The AV technology was upgraded in multiple classrooms. Please take a few moments to review operational information placed at the lecterns. 

Upgraded locations:

Annex 116 Science Center 273
Armstrong Center 104 Science Center 1402
Armstrong Center 107 Science Center 1407
Ashmore Hall 135 Solms Hall 103
Ashmore Hall 136 Solms Hall 204
Hawes Hall 115 University Hall 112
Hawes Hall 213 University Hall 125
Lane Library 130 University Hall 128

Please contact the Help Desk @ 344-2518, if you have questions or need to report an issue.

Classroom Technology Inventory

For a complete, searchable list of campus classrooms refer to Classroom AV  Inventory 

Classroom Types




"Lite" Standard

NOTE: Enhanced classroom AV carts have all the necessary cables to connect a laptop.
Faculty using Classic, Hybrid, and Lite classroom systems should bring a cable for the laptop connection.  Currently, IT Services does not provide additional cables.


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