McMichael 226

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Room Summary

Photo of the McMichael 226 room number Photo of the classroom taken from the entrance of of the space showing student tables and chairs, the instructor station, and two tables placed at the front of the classroom  Photo of the back of the instructor station showing the computer monitor, the crestron control touch panel, and a phone The front of the instructor's station showing the computer monitor, crestron control touch panel. and portions of the equipment rack
This room serves as a classroom with seating for 34 people.

How to Use Room: Base Level Operations

  1. Turn on the computer by pressing the power button on the bottom right side of the computer monitor.
  2. Login with your Elon username and password.
  3. Touch the touch screen control to turn on the system. The system will take 15 seconds to warm up.
  4. Use the touch screen control to select the desired input (Desktop, VGA, Composite, DVD, VCR, CD, and AUX).
    Laptop/Device inputs are built into the table top of the instructor station.
  5. Turn the system off by pressing the System Off button located on the top right side of the touch screen control.
  6. To power the desktop computer off, click the Shut Down button (click the Windows button on the bottom leftside of the desktop, the Shut Down button is located to the right of the display window).

Available Technology

Below is a list of all the available technology in McMichael 226.

Equipment Manufacturer Model/Type
Touch Screen Control Crestron TPS 4000
Desktop Dell Optiplex 7020
Projector NEC NP3250W
Projector Screen Da-Lite Model B
Overhead Projector 3M 9200
Web Camera Avaya HC020
LaserDisc Player Pioneer LD-V2200
CD/DVD Player Sony DVP-NS575P
VCR Sony SLV-N900
AV Surround Receiver  Marantz SR5500
Laptop Connectivity VGA, Audio, Ethernet   

 

1.) Touch Screen Control (Crestron)

Basic Operating Instructions

  1. Touch the screen to turn on the system. The system will take 30 seconds to warm up.
    Photo of crestron control touch panel with displaying the initial screen displaying the instruction to touch the screen to begin
  2. Use the touch screen control to select the desired input.
    1. Computer inputs are built into the top of the instructor station.
      Photo of crestron control touch panel with computer tab active
    2. DVD/CD can be played with the Sony player located in the middle of the equipment rack in the instructor station.
      Photo of crestron control touch panel with the DVD tab active Photo of crestron control touch panel with the CD tab active
    3. VCR can be played with the Sony player located in the middle of the equipment rack in the instructor station.
      Photo of crestron control touch panel with the VCR tab active
    4. LD can be played with the Pioneer player located in the middle of the equipment rack in the instructor station.
      Photo of crestron control touch panel with the laser disk tab active
    5. Other devices can be connected via the AUX cord.
      Photo of crestron control touch panel with the aux tab active
    6. Press IMAGE MUTE, located on the top left to mute the screen image and adjust the height of the projector screen.
      Photo of crestron control touch panel displaying the option to un-mute the screen
  3. To turn the system off, press the System Off button located on the top right of the touch screen control.
    Photo of crestron control touch panel displaying the option to shut down the system

 

2.) Desktop (Dell)

Photo of the equipment used to access the computer installed at the instructor's station

Basic Operating Instructions

  1. Turn on computer by pressing the power button on the top right of the CPU (located on the top row of the equipment rack).
  2. Turn on the computer monitor by pressing the power button on the bottom right side of the computer monitor.
  3. Login with your Elon username and password.
  4. Touch the touch screen control to turn on the system. The system will take 15 seconds to warm up.
  5. Select Desktop from CMPTR to display the desktop on the projector screen.
  6. To power the system off, press the System Off button located on the top right of the touch screen control.
  7. To power the desktop computer off, click the Shut Down button (click the Windows button on the bottom leftside of the desktop, the Shut Down button is located to the right of the display window).

 

3.) Projector (NEC)

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, LD, 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.

 

4.) 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
Connect Classroom Technology to Webex

 

5.) Overhead Projector (3M)

Photo of the overhead projector available in the space

Basic Operating Instructions

  1. Press the red corner button to turn on the projector.
  2. The projector light can be adjusted knobs located under the plate located on the left side of the projector.
  3. Projector elevation can be adjusted using the black circular knob, located on the upright projector arm.
  4. To turn the projector off, press the red corner button.

Additional Room Features

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

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

Details

Article ID: 77761
Created
Tue 5/7/19 12:29 PM
Modified
Mon 7/12/21 10:33 AM
Internal or External
External