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The quickest and most efficient way to communicate urgent issues affecting classrooms is to call the Classroom Support Hotline at 625-1086 between 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
If you have a meeting in 160 Williamson during the closure, please call ahead to have OCM staff meet you at a side door and let you into the office space.
Scheduling is making improvements and this session is an opportunity to get information on possible upcoming changes straight from the horse's mouth.
Topics covered in this session include:
- Citrix retirement
- Active scheduling software request for proposal
- Webviewer audit and room information clean-up.
Time will be made for R25 usage questions or complaints.
Speaker: Christine Mounts (OCM)
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
Folwell Hall, Room 103
Apple TV enables users to display presentations from an iPad or Apple computer using a wireless network. Groups interested in using Apple TV at the University are invited to have their technical staff attend. The planned discussions will be based on a pilot installation in the room, as well as challenges and benefits of using Apple TV.
For more information, contact Michelle McGeehan.
OCM does not have any equipment installed in classrooms or any equipment available for loan that is compatible with foreign-formatted media. Our classrooms are equipped to play DVDs from region 1 (U.S.) only.
The ability to play a foreign-formatted DVD would involve a combination of a region-free DVD player, a device to convert the signal to American television standards, and/or a monitor capable of displaying foreign television standards.
More information about playing international DVDs, including how to play a non-region 1 disc, can be found in our DVD/VCR topics FAQ.
PC and Mac users should try using the VideoLAN VLC media player