Classroom Technology Support and Information

Articles (13)

Central Booked Classrooms (UG)

Learn about A&S central booked classrooms (UG) supported by ITC, Classroom Technology Services.

Central Booked Classrooms (UG) - AV Support

Learn about audio visual support provided by ITC, Classroom Technology Services, for central booked classrooms and non-central booked classrooms.

Central Booked Classrooms (UG) - Locations

Learn which UG spaces are central booked classrooms supported by ITC, Classroom Technology Services.

Classroom Capture Room Controls

Watch these overview videos to learn how to select content to be captured by the classroom capture service available in specific rooms in Life Science Center, Moore Hall, Fairchild, and Wilder.

Digital White Board / Annotation: Openboard

Openboard is an application installed on classroom computers with installed Wacom tablets utilized as the computer monitor. This application provides a digital white board and/or annotation features that can be viewed on the projection screen for easier view ability to all students in the classroom.

Echo360 Sharing a Public Link

Learning how to create a sharable link to video content from Echo360.

Echo360 Start a Universal Capture in an Equipped Space

Learn how to start a Universal Capture recording in an Echo360 equipped learning space.

Solstice Quickstart

Solstice is a wireless display gateway that is found in multiple locations including classrooms and meeting rooms on campus. Solstice allows multiple participants to connect simultaneously and share content wirelessly from their laptop, tablet, or phone.

Using Rally to Present to Remote Learners from a Meeting Room

A solution to help teach to remote students in a meeting room or small space.

Using Technology in Class: Tips for Success

Learn how to have a successful experience using technology (audio visual systems) in central booked classrooms and non-central classrooms.

Echo360 Personal Capture Overview

What is Echo360 Personal Capture used for, who should use it, and why should you use it?