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Teaching in a Smart Classroom Presented by Classroom & Computer Lab Services Objectives To learn about the equipment available in the Smart Classroom. To understand how to use equipment in the instructional context. To practice using Smart Classroom equipment.

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teaching in a smart classroom

Teaching in a Smart Classroom

Presented byClassroom & Computer Lab Services

Sacramento State, Summer 2009

objectives
Objectives
  • To learn about the equipment available in the Smart Classroom.
  • To understand how to use equipment in the instructional context.
  • To practice using Smart Classroom equipment.

Sacramento State, Summer 2009

classroom and computer lab services
Classroom and Computer Lab Services
  • Classroom and Computer Lab Services

(http://www.csus.edu/irt/acr/cs/)

  • Smart Classroom Training Website

(http://webapps2.csus.edu/smartclassrooms/)

  • Computer Lab Services

(http://www.csus.edu/irt/acr/cls/)

Sacramento State, Summer 2009

smart classroom defined
Smart Classroom defined…
  • Instructional area equipped with technology to aid and enhance instruction of a course:
    • Project instructional content from laptop to entire class
    • Engage students with PowerPoint Presentations
    • Access the campus network
    • Show instructional videos
    • Enable students to be creative and engaging with course assignments/presentations

Sacramento State, Summer 2009

summer classroom renovations
Summer Classroom Renovations
  • ARC 3004, 3006, 3009
  • DH 212
  • LIB 65
  • MND 1003, 1005, 3013
  • MRP 1000, 1001
  • RVR 1015
  • SQU 456, 338
  • SLN 2002

Sacramento State, Summer 2009

feedback about classrooms
Feedback about Classrooms
  • Smart Classroom Questionnaire Spring 2009
  • Learn about faculty concerns and needs
  • Prioritize and select rooms to renovate

Sacramento State, Summer 2009

smart classroom classifications
Smart Classroom Classifications
  • Basic (152): standard smart panel to connect a laptop, video projector, closed captioning capabilities
  • Intermediate (51): has all of the features of a basic room plus an instructor computer
  • Advanced (23) : Smart Podium, Windows based computer, control and interface panels, video projector, control buttons to toggle closed captions on or off, document camera

Sacramento State, Summer 2009

basic smart classroom
Basic Smart Classroom

AIRC 1008

BNC 1029

Sacramento State, Summer 2009

intermediate smart classroom
Intermediate Smart Classroom

Amador 153

Sacramento State, Summer 2009

advanced smart classroom
Advanced Smart Classroom

SQU 456, LIB 65…

Sacramento State, Summer 2009

equipment
Equipment
  • Smart Podium
  • Windows Based Computer
  • Video Projector
  • Interface and Control Panels
  • VHS/DVD Combo Player
  • Closed Captioning Capabilities
  • Document Camera
  • Touch Screen (coming soon)

Sacramento State, Summer 2009

environmental features
Environmental Features
  • Internet Access/Wireless Access
  • White board: Minimum 8 – 10 feet unobstructed space for instructional use
  • Podium ADA compliant – e.g. raised or lowered via hand crank/lever
  • Speakers mounted at front of classroom
  • Light controls – front, rear, wall wash lights
  • Acoustics: carpeting and other sound proofing material

Sacramento State, Summer 2009

equipment to bring checklist
Equipment to Bring Checklist
  • Basic and Intermediate classrooms
  • Compatible laptop computer
  • VGA connector cable
  • 1/8” mini audio cable
  • Apple DVI to VGA Display Adapter Cable (Mac Laptop users)
  • Ethernet Cable
  • Can purchase cable bundle from Hornet Bookstore or checkout at IRT Service Desk

Sacramento State, Summer 2009

control panel
Control Panel
  • Enables you to turn video projector on or off
  • Manipulate input source for video projector (what displays on projector screen)
  • Adjust speaker volume

Sacramento State, Summer 2009

interface area panel
Interface Area/Panel
  • Enables you to
    • Connect your laptop via VGA cable
    • Audio jack to connect audio cable for sound
    • RCA (audio/video) jacks

Sacramento State, Summer 2009

instructor station and podium
Instructor Station and Podium
  • Available in some classrooms
  • Windows based computer installed into podium
  • Ample space and functionality

Sacramento State, Summer 2009

document camera
Document Camera
  • Available in some classrooms
  • Project detailed drawings, printed materials, 3d models, and other instructional materials to entire class
  • Uses high resolution video camera for display

Sacramento State, Summer 2009

useful information
Useful Information
  • Laptop works automatically with projector – resolution 1024 X 768
  • 5 sec delay when displaying document camera content on monitor
  • Podium raises and lowers by use of hand lever – meets ADA compliance
  • Touch screens to be installed above podium –to read aloud screen information; control panel below podium has same functions
  • VCR’s will be phased out

Sacramento State, Summer 2009

useful information cont
Useful Information cont…
  • Large monitor size - install device to manipulate monitor to prevent obstructing visual contact with class
  • Wireless microphones in larger rooms e.g. MND 1003
  • 8-10 ft unobstructed whiteboard writing space
  • White board markers available in class
  • Whiteboards standard across classrooms; no chalkboards
  • Instructions/Emergency numbers available in classroom

Sacramento State, Summer 2009

demo using the equipment
Demo – Using the Equipment
  • Smart Panel or Control/Interface Panels
  • Connecting your Laptop PC/MAC
  • Campus TV
  • Playing VHS/DVD movies
  • Turning Closed Captions On/Off
  • Transparency Projector

Sacramento State, Summer 2009

classroom assistance
Classroom Assistance
  • Phone and contact numbers available in classroom
  • For immediate assistance contact IRT Service Desk at x87337 from classroom phone
  • Classroom reservations should be done via space management: http://www.rms.csus.edu/space/

Sacramento State, Summer 2009

questions
Questions??

Sacramento State, Summer 2009