McEwen 013

Room Summary 

Photo taken from the last row of the screening room space showing the wall mounted projection screen, instructor's station, and one of the two exit doorsPhoto of the screen room showing four rows of seats with fold up trays, speakers, and sound panelsPhoto of the screen room taken from an opposite corner showing four rows of seats, the mounted projector, a mobil white board, the instructor's station, and the second of the two exits

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Located on the basement floor of McEwen Hall, this room serves as a classroom and presentation space with a large projector screen and seating for 70 students.

How to Use Room: Base Level Operations

  1. Touch the screen control to turn on the system. The system will take 30 seconds to warm up.
  2. Use the touch screen control to select the desired input (Desktop, DVD, VCR, CD, and AUX).
  3. Turn on the computer by pressing the power button on the top-right of the CPU (located on the top of the equipment rack).
  4. Turn on the computer monitor by pressing the power button on the bottom-left side of the back of the computer monitor.
  5. Login with your Elon username and password.
  6. Turn the system off by pressing the System Off button located on the top-right side of the touch screen control.
  7. To power the desktop computer off, click the Shut Down button (click the Windows button on the top-leftcorner of the desktop, then select "Shut Down" from the drop-down menu).

Available Technology

Below is a list of all the available technology in McEwen 013.

Equipment Manufacturer Model/Type
Desktop computer Apple iMac 2019
Touch panel Crestron TPMC-9-B-T
Projector Canon WUX6000
Document camera WolfVision VZ-8plus2
Cassete Tape Player  Panasonic AG-DV1000
DVD/Blu-Ray Player Sony BDPS3700
VCR Sony SLV-N750
Web Camera Avaya HC020
Projector Screen Draper Clarion
Laptop Connectivity HDMI, VGA, Audio, Ethernet  

 

1.) Touch panel (Crestron)

Photo of crestron control touch panel displaying the initial screen with the instruction to touch the screen to begin

Basic Operating Instructions

  1. Touch the screen to turn on the system. The system will take 30 seconds to warm up.
  2. Use the touch screen control to select the desired input (Desktop, DVD, VCR, CD, and AUX).
    1. Computer inputs (VGA and HDMI) are built into the top of the work station.
      Photo of crestron control touch panel with computer tab active
    2. DVD/VCR can be played with the Toshiba player located in the middle of the equipment rack in the work station.
      Photo of crestron control touch panel with the DVD tab active
    3. CD can be played from the CPU. Insert the disc into the CD tray (Dell CPU located on the top of the equipment rack in the work station).
      Photo of crestron control touch panel with the CD tab active
    4. Other devices can be connected via the AUX cord.
      Photo of crestron control touch panel with the aux tab active
      1. Use of the document camera can be accessed from this option.
        Photo of crestron control touch panel showing the options to control the document camera, switch between video or audio sources, mute the image, or shutdown the system
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  3. To mute the screen, press the image mute button in the top-left corner of the screen.
  4. Turn the system off by pressing the System Off button located on the top-right side of the touch screen control.

 

2.) Desktop computer (Apple)

Photo of the iMac computer installed at the instructor's station

Basic Operating Instructions

  1. Turn on computer by pressing the power button on the bottom-left of the CPU.
  2. Login with your Elon username and password.
  3. Touch the touch screen control to turn on the system. The system will take 30 seconds to warm up.
  4. Select Desktop from CMPTR to display the desktop on the projector screen.
  5. To power the system off, press the System Off button located on the top-right of the touch screen control.
  6. To power the desktop computer off, click the Shut Down button from the drop-down menu on the computer.

 

3.) Web Camera (Avaya)

Basic Operating Instructions

This room is equipped with an Avaya HC020 web camera to use with web conferencing. Please review the articles below for additional information.

Connect Classroom Technology to Zoom
Connect Classroom Technology to Microsoft Teams

 

4.) Projector (Canon)

Photo of the ceiling mounted projector

Basic Operating Instructions

  1. Touch the touch screen control to turn on the system. The system will take 30 seconds to warm up.
  2. Use the touch screen control to select the desired input (Desktop, DVD, VCR, CD, and AUX).
    Computer inputs are built into the table top of the instructor station.
  3. Turn the system off by pressing the System Off button located on the top-right side of the touch screen control.

 

5.) Document camera (WolfVision)

Photo of the document camera available at the instructor's station

Basic Operating Instructions

  1. Tap the touch screen control to turn on the system. The system will take 30 seconds to warm up.
  2. Select the Auxiliary input on the touch screen control.
  3. On this tab there are two options, select the one that says Document Camera.
    Photo of crestron control touch panel with the aux tab active and the document camera circled as the appropriate choice Photo of crestron control touch panel showing the active document camera control screen as well as options to switch to other inputs
  4. Document camera is ready for use.
  5. Adjustments to zoom or lamp use can be made on the touch screen control.
  6. To turn the system off, press the System Off button located on the top-right of the touch screen control or select another input to use.

Additional Room Features

  • This room is equipped with a portable whiteboard

Photo of the cable cubby installed at the instructor's station with power outlets, aux inputs, network cable, vga cable, audio cable, and hdmi cable identified by number

  • Installed in the top of the instructor work station is a cable cubby which provides inputs for: 1.) Electrical, 2.) VGA, 3.) Ethernet, 4.) Composite, 5.) Auxiliary and 6.) HDMI.

 

Details

Article ID: 77717
Created
Tue 5/7/19 11:53 AM
Modified
Thu 1/20/22 5:03 PM
Internal or External
External