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1 Mastering Smart Classroom Design Campus Technology July 29, 2008

2 Smart Classroom Panel Moderator: Scott Walker, CTS-D, LEED AP Waveguide Consulting, Inc. Panelists: Michael J. Field, M.Ed., CTS Temple University Rick Nimtz, CTS University of Notre Dame Matthew A. Silverman, CTS George Mason University

3 Independent AV and acoustical consultant since 1989 Founded Waveguide in 1996 Earned CTS-D in 2000 President of InfoComm in 2004 Became worlds first CTS-D, LEED ® AP in 2007 Current chair of InfoComm ANSI Standards Committee Experience with 500+ AV projects Scott Walker, CTS-D, LEED AP President, CEO Waveguide Consulting, Inc.

4 Largest independent AV, IT and acoustical consulting firm in Southeast Provided consulting and design services on 100+ higher ed projects at 30+ colleges and universities in 18 states In 2003 added software programming Also in 2003 added ongoing technology management services Waveguide Overview

5 Celebrating 70 years in ,000 members strong Leader in AV education, certification, events

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7 InfoComm Certification (CTS) An industry leader in certification since 1981 Certifies more qualified AV professionals than any other organization More than 9,500 current Certified Technology Specialists (CTS) ANSI accredited as of March 2008

8 The AV Market Continues to Grow Source: North American MDSS $25 Billion Products Services Projected Continued Growth at 11%

9 Business and Education Markets Lead in Demand for AV Products and Services Source: InfoComm 2008 Market Forecast Survey

10 State of the AV Industry

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12 Michael J. Field, M.Ed., CTS Senior Technical Support Specialist Computer Services/Classroom Technology Support Temple University 35,000 students 1700 faculty 17 schools and colleges 4 professional schools 8 campuses 326 smart classrooms (58%)

13 Classroom Technology Support 14 FTE & several PT students 160 rooms on RMS, 24 buildings, 4 campuses Support a variety of standard technologies

14 137 Campus Buildings on 1,250 acre campus 11,603 Students overall 8,352 undergraduate students 853 Full-time faculty, 111 Part-time Faculty to student ratio: 1 to 13 Rick Nimtz, CTS Senior Educational Technologies Engineer University of Notre Dame

15 8 Colleges and Schools 200 General Purpose technology classrooms 5 to 10 New or Renovated classrooms each year Rick Nimtz, CTS Senior Educational Technologies Engineer University of Notre Dame

16 A: Simple Room, no technology B: TV or Small Flat Panel Display C: Laptop Ready, Projector D: Computer Lectern, Projector E: Computer Lectern, Proj, Mics, and Doc Cam F: Computer Lectern, Proj, Student Computer Lab G: Science Lab with Projector H: Video Conf. / Distance Learning Origination M: Miscellaneous / Unique NA: Not Applicable. U: Unclassified Classroom Technology Types

17 Matthew Silverman Learning Space Systems Design Engineer George Mason University 133 buildings in a distributed university with campuses in Arlington, Fairfax and Prince William Counties in Virginia, and site in Loudoun County 30,332 students 18,589 Undergraduate students 11,743 Graduate and Professional student 2,294 faculty

18 Division of Instructional Technology 208 centrally supported classrooms in the distributed campus environment 138 classroom (66%) are technology enhanced 4 standard installation configurations

19 Division of Instructional Technology 20 FTE and 100+ PT staff in direct classroom support roles, four support offices over three campus Classrooms monitored and managed via the network In-house staff design, install, support and maintain technology enhanced classrooms

20 Smart Classroom Panel Moderator: Scott Walker, CTS-D, LEED AP Waveguide Consulting, Inc. Panelists: Michael J. Field, M.Ed., CTS Temple University Rick Nimtz, CTS University of Notre Dame Matthew A. Silverman, CTS George Mason University

21 Mastering Smart Classroom Design Campus Technology July 29, 2008

22 For more information:

23 Classrooms Listing and Support oit.nd.edu/clusters_classrooms/classroom_technology.shtml List of classrooms with technology installed registrar.nd.edu/ClassroomsGenPurpose.pdf Classroom Technology Levels Websites

24 A: Simple Room, no technology No installed or permanently placed electronic visual equipment. May have a blackboard or marker board. Could have a projection screen. Technology Cost: $0 Classroom Technology Type A

25 B: TV or Small Flat Panel Display Our basic technology type for official rooms. TV on cart with DVD / VCR. Could be a wall mounted flat panel display. Will have a chalkboard or marker board. May have a projection screen. Probably does not have a sound system. Technology Cost: $1,500 to $3,000 Classroom Technology Type B

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27 C: Laptop ready with Projector Projector or flat screen display. May have lectern with DVD / VCR inside. Will have portable DVD / VCR connections. Laptop connection plate or cables. Crestron control system. Sound system for program audio. May have Document Camera Technology Cost: $12,000 to $25,000. Classroom Technology Type C

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29 D: Computer Lectern with Projector Full size teaching lectern. Computer DVD / VCR Laptop connection cables. Crestron Touch Screen control system. Sound system for program audio. May have Document Camera Technology Cost: $20,000 to $40,000. Classroom Technology Type D

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31 E: Computer Lectern, Mics, Doc Cam Full size teaching lectern. Computer DVD / VCR Laptop connection cables. Crestron Touch Screen control system. Document Camera Sound system for program audio. Voice Reinforcement sound system Technology Cost: $20,000 to $175,000. Classroom Technology Type E

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33 F: Computer Lectern, Mics, Student Computers Full size teaching lectern. Computer DVD / VCR Laptop connection cables. Crestron Touch Screen control system. Student Computer Workstations. Sound system for program audio. Voice Reinforcement sound system Technology Cost: $20,000 to $40,000. Plus $1,500 per student computer. Classroom Technology Type F

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35 G: Science Lab, Projector, Laptop Connection Science laboratory outfitted with technology to be used during a laboratory class. No lectern. Laptop Connection. Crestron control (touch screen or buttons). May have sound system for computer audio. Technology Cost: $12,000 to $25,000. Classroom Technology Type G

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