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Classroom Technology

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Classroom Technology

The process of standardizing classroom technologies began in 2016. Each standardized classroom has an interactive projector or board (Epson Interactive Projector or AQUOS Board), a teaching station control panel, HoverCam Ultra 8 document camera, and Blu-ray player. Instructions for using each classroom technology can be found below.
Classrooms with Epson Interactive Projector
Davis 136
Morgan 203
Myrick 2, 3
Strong 113, 115, 119, 116
Wills 101, 115, 121

Classrooms with AQUOS Board
Wallace 100
Wills 215

In addition to the standard classroom technologies, the following “premium” rooms have a second teaching station, integrated web cameras, and microphones.
Wills 101
Morgan 203
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Box is an encrypted, cloud-based file storage and collaboration platform that enables faculty, and staff to securely store and share files.

Box Basics HelpSheet

UM Standard Classroom Technology in Strong Hall, Wallace 100, Wills 101, 115, 121 and 215
The HoverCam 8 Document Camera can be used to display documents, books, 3D objects, and interactive demonstrations on the classroom display. Images and videos of the display can easily be created.

HoverCam Ideas HelpSheet

UM Standard Classroom Technology in Wallace 100 and Wills 215
The Aquos Board can be used to control the teaching station computer from the board, as a digital whiteboard, and to draw or annotate over images, websites, PowerPoint presentations, and other Microsoft Office programs.

Aquos Board HelpSheet

UM Standard Classroom Technology in Strong Hall, Wills 101, 115, and 121
The interactive features of the EPSON Interactive Projector can be used without the Easy Interactive Software. Using the software does give users access to many additional features such as saving annotations and files.

Epson Easy Interactive Tools Software HelpSheet

UM Standard Classroom Technology in Strong Hall, Wills 101, 115, and 121
The Epson Interactive Projector can be used to control the teaching station computer from the board, as a digital whiteboard, and to draw or annotate over images, websites, PowerPoint presentations, and other programs.

Epson Interactive Projector HelpSheet

Qball is a wireless microphone housed inside a foam ball that can be thrown, rolled, or passed from person to person.

QBall HelpSheet

UM Standard Classroom Technology in Strong Hall, Wallace 100, Wills 101, 115, 121 and 215
The teaching station control panel allows users to control the display source and audio levels in a standardized classroom.

Control Panel HelpSheet