Technology Guide for Classroom with Fixed LCD Display (MP-B10)

Applies to rooms: BL102, OC221.6

The technology in these small seminar rooms supports local presentations. In-room equipment includes a large LCD display, audio visual control panel, networked computer, laptop input cable (HDMI), adjustable height lectern, sound system and WiFi.

Accessibility: If you require assistance with any of the equipment in the room please contact the Information Technology Service Desk by phoning 705 748-1010 or emailing it@trentu.ca

Note: Lectern equipment and layout may vary in some rooms.

Audio Visual Components Shown Below:

  1. Audio Visual (AV) control panel
  2. Lectern computer (PC)
  3. Laptop adapter cable for HDMI connection
  4. Laptop power outlet
  5. Monitor
  6. Keyboard and mouse
  7. Height adjustable tabletop

Lectern with computer, monitor, audio visual control panel, telephone, laptop adapter cable, keyboard, mouse, table height controls, laptop power outlet

Presenting from the Lectern Computer (PC)

  1. Power on the lectern computer
  2. Login with your Trent username and password and open your presentation
  3. When you are ready to share your content with the class, power on the room display by pressing POWER ON on the AV control panel
  4. Press PC on the AV control panel to select that input source
  5. Adjust audio volume using the dial on the AV control panel

Presenting from a Laptop

  1. Plug your laptop's power cord in to the lectern's power outlet  if desired
  2. Connect the lectern's adapter cable to the laptop’s HDMI port
  3. Start your laptop and open your presentation
  4. When you are ready to share your content with the class, power on the room display by pressing POWER ON on the AV control panel
  5. Press LAPTOP on AV control panel to select that input
  6. If needed, press Window key + P on your laptop to mirror your laptop's video on the room display
  7. Adjust audio volume using the dial on the AV control panel

AV Control Panel

Audio visual control panel with buttons for power on, power off, PC, laptop

When You Are Finished

  1. Log off the lectern PC or shutdown and disconnect your laptop if needed.
  2. Power off the room display by pressing POWER OFF on the AV control panel (1)

Eligibility

  • Students
  • Staff
  • Faculty

Service category

  • Teaching & Learning Tools

Last updated

Wednesday, June 5, 2019 - 09:11