Media Checklist for Conferences & Outside Presentors
Note to anyone bringing a computer onto campus. In order to access the network and the internet, any computer used on campus must have its Ethernet card address registered with the computer center, or it will not "see" the network. This should be done at least 48 hours in advance by calling the Computer Center at (717) 477-1421. The computer will only see the network in the specific building(s) that it is registered for. Note also that the Computer Center is responsible for activating network jacks situated in any location. Do not assume any jack is live until you have it tested.
- Room Reservations - See Event Planning
All Phone Needs - Contact Mike Bonafair, ext. 1209
- Room Reservations and Sound Support for the CUB - Contact the CUB Director's Office, ext. 1256
Other Sound Support - Contact Kevin Oakes, Physical Plant, ext. 1769 or Work Management, ext. 1454
- Performance Arts Center - Contact Bob Shirk, email@example.com for sound and lighting
Multimedia Equipment and Key Access to TV/VCR Cabinets
Contact Media Services, ext. 1646/1647.This includes Data Projectors. Presently we have one laptop for faculty use. We do recommend presenters use their own laptops and provide the Ethernet card address and the particular room location to the Computer Center if they are planning to access the internet.
Note: not all locations on campus have access to internet jacks.
All presenters should know how to set their computer so they can make their output jack live to output an external signal to the data projector. Media Services is not a computer training center, although we will always try to assist anyone the best we can.
If your department or office is in need of a data projector to keep on hand, before you spend your department money on a new projector, contact Media Services (x1646). We have quite a few excellent, tested and working Panasonic LCD projectors that we have reclaimed from Tech Fee renewals. We will be glad to issue you one of these on a long-term loan.
New Video Conferencing Rooms
There are three new video conferencing rooms available for use in the library. Rooms are reserved through the Dean's office at Ezra Lehman Library. Any questions, contact Media Services.