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Most classrooms and meeting spaces have the ability to project or play video, whether through a connected laptop, the classroom computer, or a DVD player.

Video production service requests are handled by multiple providers across campus, including Media Services, Creative Services within Teaching and Learning Technologies, and University Communications. Learn more about which provider to contact for different types of video requests.

Video walls are large format displays that often consist of multiple displays put together. The use varies by location; examples include the screens in the Great Hall, Snow Atrium, and the front-facing wall inside the Student Professional Development Center (among others throughout campus).

Kaltura is an easy way to share videos at Elon.

Collaborate with facutly, staff, and students through video or audio meetings.

A web-conferencing service that allows faculty, staff, and students to collaborate with anyone through video or audio meetings.

Report an issue accessing Google Hangouts.

Digital signage gives the University community an opportunity to visually communicate events, announcements, and other information to the faculty, staff, students, and visitors.

Access Adobe Creative Cloud for free as Elon facutly, staff, and students.

Most classrooms and meeting spaces have integrated audio capabilities, enabling the class or attendees to hear audio being played through the classroom computer, connected laptop, or DVD player.

If a classroom or meeting space has a projector issue, first look up the location in the Knowledge Base for some simple troubleshooting tips. If the issue doesn't resolve, report the issue.

Report an issue with Skype for Business.

Report an issue with a web camera.

Tickers are specialized format displays that often consist of multiple displays put together to form a virtual ribbon. The use varies by location; examples include the tickers in the KoBC; Sankey and outside McEwen.

WebCheckout is the equipment reservation system utilized by Media Services and the Gear Room. Patrons may view available equipment through the system and make equipment reservations.