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The following services are available to instructors of courses offering IUPUI credit.
If equipment becomes damaged see: Damaged Equipment Policy
Classroom Technology Services offers training in the use of installed classroom technology to instructors. One-on-one training sessions are scheduled in the classroom to be used with one of our support specialists. A support specialist will walk you through login and access to the technology, use of the technology, and logout of the technology when finished.
To request training, call 317-274-8400, or e-mail email@example.com. We tailor our training sessions to the needs of individual instructors. When you request training please provide the following information:
If possible, bring samples of the media you intend to use to the training session.
If you wish to use your laptop computer, please let us know the make/model of laptop, the operating system, if it has an Ethernet port, and the software you intend to run.
To end your session press “Exit” located on the lower left of the touch panel and finally press ”Yes” .
If you are an instructor registered in a media-equipped classroom, call 317-274-8400 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to request the passcode needed to use equipment in the room.
University Information Technology Services manages several servers that support classroom applications. This software build is installed on the computers in the classrooms. Faculty can request that software or files for students be loaded on these servers for their use in the classroom or for student use in the learning centers.
To request this service, faculty need to complete an Instructional Software Installation Request Form and return it, along with the software media, documentation, and proof of licensing to University Information Technology Services. Click here to complete a software request form
Because of the testing involved with installing software allowing adequate lead time is essential. The request form and all related materials should be submitted at least two weeks prior to the date the software is needed.
Please download the AirMedia User Guide from this link: UITS AirMedia User Guide
AirMedia is a wireless presentation gateway that, when installed, allows you to share content from your own device on the large in-room display screen without hooking up any wires. AirMedia supports Windows and OS X computers, as well as Apple iOS and Android mobile devices. Presenters using a Mac or PC can connect to AirMedia by following the simple instructions on the room display, while iPad and other mobile device users need only download the free AirMedia app from the iTunes App Store or Google Play.
Please visit the UITS Knowledgebase for more information on AirMedia: AirMedia KB article