Weekly Highlights

Hours

Monday - Thursday: 7:30am - 9:15pm
 
Friday: 7:30am - 4pm 
 

Data Projectors  

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. 

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Videoconferencing Rooms

                 

1)  Grove 006 -  Scheduled through Media Services Office (ext 1646)

   Grove006a Grove006b 

         a.    27 seat full function videoconferencing room

         b.    Polycom HDX 8000 HD Codec with front & rear Vaddio HD cameras

         c.    70” front & rear video displays

         d.    65” LCD Graphics monitor

         e.    9 push-to-talk microphones

         f.     Built-in PC tower

         g.    Inputs for Laptop, HDMI, composite video

         h.    AMX Touch Panel Control

 

2)  Grove 401- Scheduled through College of Business (Melanie Lugo) 

                    grove401a                           

         a.    25 seat full function videoconferencing room

         b.    Polycom VSx 8000 codec (non-HD) & 2 Vaddio cameras

         c.    65” rear video dsplay, 55” front video display

         d.    Data projector for graphic display

         e.    AMX touch panel

         f.     12 push-to-talk mics

         g.    Tower PC

 

 3)  Shippen 140 - Scheduled through College of Education (Vickie Shaak) 

 shp140a        shp140b 

         a.    35 seat full function videoconferencing room

         b.    Polycom HDX 8000 HD coded with Vaddio HD cameras

         c.    Polycom ceiling array microphones

         d.    Configurable seating arrangements

         e.    AMX touch panel

         f.     Tower PC

 

 4)  Library 205 - Scheduled through Dean of Library Office (Cindy Zeger)                                                   

                     ll205 

         a.    40 seat full function videoconferencing room – overflow for 50 people

         b.    Polycom HDX 8000 Codec with front & rear Polycom Eagleye HD cameras

         c.    80” front & rear video displays

         d.    Smart Technologies SB685ix 87” diagonal electronic board for Graphics

         e.    20 push-to-talk microphones

         f.     Built-in PC tower

         g.    Inputs for Laptop, HDMI, composite video

         h.    AMX Touch Panel Control

 

5)  Library 204 – Scheduled through Dean of Library Office (Cindy Zeger) 

                     ll204 

         a.    Conference table setup, seating up to 10

         b.    Polycom HDX 7000 HD Codec with single front Polycom Eagleye HD camera

         c.    Front 55” flatscreen video display monitor

         d.    Front 55” flatscreen graphics (content) monitor

         e.    Ceiling mounted Polycom Array Microphone

         f.     Input for Laptop computer

         g.    Polycom handheld remote for control of system

    

6)  Library 203 -  Scheduled through Dean of Library Office (Cindy Zeger) 

                     ll203 

         a.    Small study room for 1 or 2 people

         b.    HDX 4002 Executive Desktop System, includes: HD codec,

         c.    People On Content

         d.    20" Widescreen Display

         e.    Camera built into monitor

         f.     Input for laptop computer

   


 

Please make your requests for videoconferencing rooms at least a week in advance.  You will need to provide complete information on the far sites you wish to connect to, including IP addresses, contact information at far site, etc.  Usually a test call  (especially if to a site not called before) will be made in advance of the scheduled video conference to insure connectivity.  If you haven’t been trained in use of the videoconferencing room, you will need to schedule training before the video conference. 

 

Room support is provided through Media Services, extension 1647 or 1646.

 

Training on use of rooms is available through IDDS, ext. 3439, or through Dan Rebert, Scott Donald, or Michael Yoh at Media Services, ext. 1646.

 

Room systems are left on, in the sleep mode.