Standard Classroom - Classic AV Instructions


AV Touch Panel / Push Button Control

To control the audiovisual system, you will need to use a control panel or interface. There are four main types of panels in the Arts & Sciences classroom spaces. View the Quick Start Guides for each panel type to learn how to get started.

Push Button Standard Standard Classic - Basic Standard Classic - Advanced
Found in:
  • Anonymous
  • Bartlett
  • Carpenter 103
  • Dartmouth 005
  • Reed
  • Silsby 119
  • Thornton
Found in:
  • Baker
  • Engineering & Comp Science Ctr
  • Irving Inst for Energy & Society
  • Carson G60
  • Silsby *
  • Kemeny
Found in:
  • Berry Library
  • Blunt G007
  • Carpenter 013 201C 201F
  • Carson L01 L02 C214 & C312 *
  • Berry,
  • Haldeman 028
  • McCulloch Seminar Room
  • Moore 110 150 & 202
  • Rockefeller
  • Wilson 219
Found in:
  • Black Family Visual Arts Center
  • Dartmouth 105
  • Fairchild 101
  • Life Science Center
  • Moore Filene (B13) & B03
  • Steele
  • Wilder
View Quick Start Guide View Quick Start Guide View Quick Start Guide View Quick Start Guide

* There are a few specialty systems with unique controls in the following spaces: Carson G61Dartmouth HallSilsby 126


Connecting Your Notebook or Tablet

You can connect your own laptop or mobile device to the classroom systems through a wired connection or wireless in most locations


Wired Connection

Connect your device directly to the audiovisual system through a cable at the lectern or presentation location.

Learn More


Wireless Connection

Connect your device wirelessly to the audiovisual system to present content from anywhere in the classroom. Learn more

Learn More



Lapel or Lavalier microphones are available in many of the classroom spaces. These microphones clip onto a shirt or article of clothing about 6" away from the chin and have a body pack that can be clipped to a belt or placed into a pocket. The microphones are wireless so you can move around the space without contending with a wire. Volume and muting controls can be found on the control interface.

Learn More About Microphones


Classroom Capture and Recording

There are two capture options available in the Arts & Sciences Classrooms: Desktop Capture and Classroom Capture.
Additional information about the two types and some recommendations: Recording in Panopto During Class


Desktop Capture

Bring your laptop or use the Classroom Computer to record your presentation. Panopto recorder can record video through the computer webcam and capture your computer desktop simultaneously. The computer microphone can pick up audio within 3-4', so stay close. Learn More

Learn More


Classroom Capture

Classroom Capture is a scheduled service available in several classrooms that can capture and distribute a recording of your class to your students through Canvas. The service is able to record a video of the white board and content sent to the projector. Learn More

Learn More


For Additional Support

Classroom Orientation In-Class Academic Support Report A Problem
Meet with with a Classroom Specialist from the ITC, Classroom Technology Services (Class Tech) team. Schedule an orientation to learn how to use the audio visual system in your central booked classroom. Or schedule a consultation to review the audio visual needs for a non-central booked classroom. ITC, Classroom Technology Services (Class Tech) provides in-room audio visual support in central booked / non-central classrooms to assist the faculty with technical and logistical aspects of technology for A&S courses. Report an audio visual problem experienced in a an A&S classroom.
Request an Orientation Request Support Report a Problem
Print Article


Article ID: 144041
Fri 6/10/22 12:17 AM
Sat 3/9/24 1:12 PM

Related Articles (4)

Dartmouth Hall 001, 002, 007, 009, 106, 110, 111, 112, 208, and 304 are single projector rooms that can support basic presentation from a classroom computer or laptop through a wired HDMI connection. The display will need to be turned on using a remote control and audio can be adjusted through the media player on classroom computer or laptop.
Developing and adding skills to your technology toolbelt can help you deliver your content and engage with students that may have unforeseen absences and needs at the start of term.

The purpose of this guide is to provide recommendations to help prepare you and your technology for the term.
Introducing your technology partners in Information, Technology and Consulting
Silsby 126 is a group-learning focused room with an audiovisual system that supports the use of a classroom computer or laptop through wired or wireless connection. Voice lift and a lapel microphone is available for local speech reinforcement. Ceiling microphone and room cameras will capture audio and video to use when joining the classroom to a Zoom meeting. Eight team stations enable presentation content to be distributed or the ability for teams to connect a laptop group work.