During the winter break, our Classroom Support team was hard at work to make sure classrooms in need of technology upgrades were ready for the new semester. As semesters go by, heavily used equipment becomes less reliable and older technology requires replacement to keep classrooms functional.
Almost forty classrooms received upgrades over the break with improvements including new projectors, enhanced functionality, revamped control systems and more. Here are a few examples of the work that’s been completed across campus:
- Annette Simmons: New projectors in 138, 144 and 218. New lamps in 221 and 213.
- Dedman Life Science: New projectors in 110, 127, 128, 129, 130 and 131.
- Clements Hall: New projectors and control systems in G16, G18, 120, 126, 225, 324, 325, 326 and 334. New computers installed in 225, G18, 326 and 334.
- Dallas Hall: New control systems in 120, 137 and 138.
- Umphrey Lee: New power control in 233.
- Owens Arts Center: New power control in B150 and 2020.
- Hyer Hall: TV/wall monitor installed in G21.
These repairs and improvements are just a small portion of the larger mission to update all classrooms on campus for a more consistent experience for faculty and students. As always, if you have any questions regarding the operation of classroom equipment, feel free to contact the IT Help Desk at 214-768-4357. If there is an immediate technical problem with the classroom, a support representative will be dispatched to your location and should arrive within five minutes.