Centennial Lobby is equipped with an 80″ TV and computer to meet your presentation needs.The steps bellow will guide you through setting up the TV and using either the provided workstation or your own device. 1. Setting up the Computer 2. Setting up your Laptop
ITS is happy to announce that ADR now has a (very) large screen TV with a computer and wireless keyboard/mouse installed in it to facilitate the various uses of the room. You no longer need to schedule ITS to setup a projector and/or laptop for this space! Note that there is no webcam or microphone […]
The Sandbox is a flexible classroom located in the Library Learning Commons. It offers a wide range of educational technologies which can be explored on this page. If you would like to learn more about using the teaching & tech adjuncts available in the Sandbox, create an Octopus ticket to request a multimedia training session […]
Cleghorn is a conference room in McGreer Hall, located on the second floor of the building. Users are required to book the room in advance through Roomit. The room is equipped with a computer & HD display that can be moved within the room using the wheels on the bottom of the station. Setting up […]
The Library Learning Commons offers a myriad of technologies to help with different types of editing projects. One of these projects could be sound editing which is commonly used with the “Audacity” program. You can use audacity as an audio editor for both downloaded sound files or even your own recordings. Below is how to […]
The Loft is a conference room in the Tim Horton’s on campus, located on the top floor of the Student Union Building. Users are required to book the room in advance through Roomit. The room is equipped with inputs for laptops and other computing devices, and has a 65″ screen at the end of the […]
This tutorial is for those who are looking to show a presentation for their class while using the desktop rather than their own laptop.
This tutorial is to guide those who are looking to use the Doc Cam in their multimedia classroom. Doc cams are very useful if you want to show a physical paper or picture that is not on your desktop or laptop. There are two kinds of Doc cams you can find here on campus. Most […]
This tutorial is for those who are using a multimedia classroom but are looking to connect their own laptop to the projector rather than the desktop.
A meeting room that fits up to 12 persons is located on the main floor of the Library Learning Commons in room LLC 122. Users are required to book the room in advance and pick up the key from the Circulation Desk to access the meeting room. The meeting room LLC 122 is equipped with […]