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1 Multimedia Classroom Podium Tutorial and User Guide Using a Multimedia classroom offers you the opportunity to project images of your computer screen, video, books, photographs, and even 3-dimensional objects. Audio from various sources can also be played. The purpose of this interactive tutorial is to help you learn how to use the main features of the podium. There are 3 ways to use this guide. If you want to go to a particular topic, click the topic in the index on the left. On pages with an image of the control panels, you can go directly to an explanation of each button by clicking on the button itself. If you want to read through the tutorial in a linear fashion, just type the return button on your keyboard or click any blank spot on the screen. You can return to this main menu at any time by clicking on the Return to Main Menu icon on the upper left of each page. There are 2 styles of podium, and old version and a new one. The best way to tell the difference is to look at the Display Power button. The old style podium has a single power button. The new style podium has a separate button for on and off. To begin the tutorial for either style podium, click its icon below. The Document Camera is the same for either style podium. If you want instructions on how to use it, click on the document camera button below. Main Menu Old Style Podium On/Off Button Microphone Volume VCR Image Lectern Computer Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Display Mute/Unmute Doc. Camera Image New Style Podium On/Off Buttons Volume Control Display Mute/Unmute VCR Image Doc. Camera Image DVD Image Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Lectern Computer Auto Image Document Camera Power Button Freeze Image Zoom In/Out Rotate Image Lamp Options Iris (Brightness) Adjustments Tips and Help Line Old Style Podium New Style Podium Document Camera

2 Multimedia Classroom Podium Tutorial and User Guide Old Style Podium Currently, Information Technology Services (ITS) manages about 160 Multimedia Classrooms. Of these, about 1/3 have the older style control podium. These are scheduled to be upgraded to the new style by Summer Return to Main Menu Old Style Podium On/Off Button Microphone Volume VCR Image Lectern Computer Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Display Mute/Unmute Doc. Camera Image New Style Podium On/Off Buttons Volume Control Display Mute/Unmute VCR Image Doc. Camera Image DVD Image Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Lectern Computer Auto Image Document Camera Power Button Freeze Image Zoom In/Out Rotate Image Lamp Options Iris (Brightness) Adjustments Tips and Help Line To tell if you have an older podium style, check the power button. If it is a single black button, then the podium is the old style. The new style podium has a separate on and off button. Besides the different arrangement of buttons, there are a few functional differences between the 2 podium styles. One difference is the buttons themselves. In the old style podium, the actual buttons are above and below the labels. In the new style podium the labels are on the buttons themselves. Another difference is in the function of the image mute. In the old style podium, to unmute the image you will need to push the button for the video source you are using. In the new style podium there is a separate button to unmute the image, returning you to your previous source.

3 Multimedia Classroom Podium Tutorial and User Guide Old Style Podium On/Off Button Return to Main Menu Old Style Podium On/Off Button Microphone Volume VCR Image Lectern Computer Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Display Mute/Unmute Doc. Camera Image New Style Podium On/Off Buttons Volume Control Display Mute/Unmute VCR Image Doc. Camera Image DVD Image Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Lectern Computer Auto Image Document Camera Power Button Freeze Image Zoom In/Out Rotate Image Lamp Options Iris (Brightness) Adjustments Tips and Help Line To turn the display projector on, push the button one time. The projector will power up. This process takes a few minutes, so plan to arrive before your class is scheduled to start. Please turn the projector off when you are done with your presentation. This prolongs the bulbs life. To turn the projector off, push and hold down for 2 seconds until LED flashes green. Projector will turn off and panel will flash green for approximately 30 seconds during cycle down.

4 Multimedia Classroom Podium Tutorial and User Guide Old Style Podium Volume Control Knob Return to Main Menu Old Style Podium On/Off Button Microphone Volume VCR Image Lectern Computer Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Display Mute/Unmute Doc. Camera Image New Style Podium On/Off Buttons Volume Control Display Mute/Unmute VCR Image Doc. Camera Image DVD Image Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Lectern Computer Auto Image Document Camera Power Button Freeze Image Zoom In/Out Rotate Image Lamp Options Iris (Brightness) Adjustments Tips and Help Line The volume knob controls the sources output volumes only. To increase the speaker volume, turn the knob clockwise. To decrease the volume, turn the knob counter-clockwise. When the volume is at its maximum, you will see the red light turn on. Some podiums may have a microphone built in. Microphone volume, in most instances, are preset. They are not user adjustable. If there is a lectern mounted mic, there will be a lapel mic in drawer for use while roaming. The level for these are also preset.

5 Multimedia Classroom Podium Tutorial and User Guide Old Style Podium VCR Image Return to Main Menu Old Style Podium On/Off Button Microphone Volume VCR Image Lectern Computer Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Display Mute/Unmute Doc. Camera Image New Style Podium On/Off Buttons Volume Control Display Mute/Unmute VCR Image Doc. Camera Image DVD Image Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Lectern Computer Auto Image Document Camera Power Button Freeze Image Zoom In/Out Rotate Image Lamp Options Iris (Brightness) Adjustments Tips and Help Line To project the image from a VCR tape, push the VCR button. You will find the VCR at waist level in front of the podium. To control the VCR player, you can use the VCR control buttons built into the podium or the players own control buttons on the front of unit.

6 Multimedia Classroom Podium Tutorial and User Guide Old Style Podium Lectern Computer Return to Main Menu Old Style Podium On/Off Button Microphone Volume VCR Image Lectern Computer Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Display Mute/Unmute Doc. Camera Image New Style Podium On/Off Buttons Volume Control Display Mute/Unmute VCR Image Doc. Camera Image DVD Image Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Lectern Computer Auto Image Document Camera Power Button Freeze Image Zoom In/Out Rotate Image Lamp Options Iris (Brightness) Adjustments Tips and Help Line The lectern computer is stored inside the podium cabinet and is connected to the monitor on the top of the podium. It is a PC machine with a Windows based operating system. If you need to run software that needs another operating system (Macintosh, Linux, etc.) then you will need to bring in another computer and connect it using the laptop auxiliary cable.

7 Multimedia Classroom Podium Tutorial and User Guide Old Style Podium Laptop Computer Return to Main Menu Old Style Podium On/Off Button Microphone Volume VCR Image Lectern Computer Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Display Mute/Unmute Doc. Camera Image New Style Podium On/Off Buttons Volume Control Display Mute/Unmute VCR Image Doc. Camera Image DVD Image Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Lectern Computer Auto Image Document Camera Power Button Freeze Image Zoom In/Out Rotate Image Lamp Options Iris (Brightness) Adjustments Tips and Help Line You can bring a personal computer and connect it to the podium display using the laptop connector cable. Please note that you may need an adapter if you are using a newer Macintosh laptop. Once your laptop is connected and powered on, push the laptop button to project its image. If you are also using your laptop as an audio source, you will need to connect the separate audio plug. Optimum resolution is 1024 X 768.

8 Multimedia Classroom Podium Tutorial and User Guide Old Style Podium Auxiliary Video Return to Main Menu Old Style Podium On/Off Button Microphone Volume VCR Image Lectern Computer Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Display Mute/Unmute Doc. Camera Image New Style Podium On/Off Buttons Volume Control Display Mute/Unmute VCR Image Doc. Camera Image DVD Image Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Lectern Computer Auto Image Document Camera Power Button Freeze Image Zoom In/Out Rotate Image Lamp Options Iris (Brightness) Adjustments Tips and Help Line You can connect an auxiliary video device such as a personal video camera. The plug types available are RCA and S-Video. Please test the connections with your device before the day of your class. Some devices require an an adaptor. After your device is connected, switch the source to auxiliary by pushing the auxiliary video button. or

9 Multimedia Classroom Podium Tutorial and User Guide Old Style Podium Display Mute/Unmute Return to Main Menu Old Style Podium On/Off Button Microphone Volume VCR Image Lectern Computer Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Display Mute/Unmute Doc. Camera Image New Style Podium On/Off Buttons Volume Control Display Mute/Unmute VCR Image Doc. Camera Image DVD Image Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Lectern Computer Auto Image Document Camera Power Button Freeze Image Zoom In/Out Rotate Image Lamp Options Iris (Brightness) Adjustments Tips and Help Line You can hide the projector image temporarily during your presentation. If you are walking in front of the projector screen this can save you from looking into the bright light. Turning the projector off for this purpose is not a good idea. It causes undue wear on the bulb and the power-up process will take several minutes when you want resume to your presentation. To hide the projector image, push the display mute button. When you are ready to restore your projected image, push the button for the source you want to display.

10 Multimedia Classroom Podium Tutorial and User Guide Old Style Podium Document Camera Image Return to Main Menu Old Style Podium On/Off Button Microphone Volume VCR Image Lectern Computer Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Display Mute/Unmute Doc. Camera Image New Style Podium On/Off Buttons Volume Control Display Mute/Unmute VCR Image Doc. Camera Image DVD Image Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Lectern Computer Auto Image Document Camera Power Button Freeze Image Zoom In/Out Rotate Image Lamp Options Iris (Brightness) Adjustments Tips and Help Line You can project an image of a book, photograph, slide, or 3-dimensional object by using the document camera. To switch to the document camera as a video source, push the document camera button. For instructions on using the document camera, click on its link in the menu on the left of the screen in this tutorial.

11 New Style Podium Multimedia Classroom Podium Tutorial and User Guide Return to Main Menu Old Style Podium On/Off Button Microphone Volume VCR Image Lectern Computer Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Display Mute/Unmute Doc. Camera Image New Style Podium On/Off Buttons Volume Control Display Mute/Unmute VCR Image Doc. Camera Image DVD Image Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Lectern Computer Auto Image Document Camera Power Button Freeze Image Zoom In/Out Rotate Image Lamp Options Iris (Brightness) Adjustments Tips and Help Line Currently, Information Technology Services (ITS) manages about 160 Multimedia Classrooms. Of these, about 2/3 have the new style control podium. The remaining older podiums are scheduled to be upgraded to the new style by Summer To tell if you have a new podium style, check the power buttons. If it is a single black button, then the podium is the old style. The new style podium has a separate on and off button. Besides the different arrangement of buttons, there are a few functional differences between the 2 podium styles. One difference is the buttons themselves. In the old style podium, the actual buttons are above and below the labels. In the new style podium the labels are on the buttons themselves. Another difference is in the communication. The newer 226 controller will know the ON/OFF status of the projector thus eliminating sync issues.

12 New Style Podium Multimedia Classroom Podium Tutorial and User Guide ON/OFF Buttons Return to Main Menu Old Style Podium On/Off Button Microphone Volume VCR Image Lectern Computer Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Display Mute/Unmute Doc. Camera Image New Style Podium On/Off Buttons Volume Control Display Mute/Unmute VCR Image Doc. Camera Image DVD Image Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Lectern Computer Auto Image Document Camera Power Button Freeze Image Zoom In/Out Rotate Image Lamp Options Iris (Brightness) Adjustments Tips and Help Line To turn the display projector on, push the ON button one time. The projector will power up. This process takes a few minutes, so plan to arrive before your class is scheduled to start. Please turn the projector off when you are done with your presentation. This prolongs the bulbs life. To turn the projector off, push the OFF button.

13 New Style Podium Multimedia Classroom Podium Tutorial and User Guide Volume Control Knob Return to Main Menu Old Style Podium On/Off Button Microphone Volume VCR Image Lectern Computer Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Display Mute/Unmute Doc. Camera Image New Style Podium On/Off Buttons Volume Control Display Mute/Unmute VCR Image Doc. Camera Image DVD Image Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Lectern Computer Auto Image Document Camera Power Button Freeze Image Zoom In/Out Rotate Image Lamp Options Iris (Brightness) Adjustments Tips and Help Line Some podiums may have a microphone built in. The microphone volume knob controls the speaker volume for the microphone and any other audio source connected to the podium. This includes video and auxiliary devices. To increase the speaker volume, turn the knob clockwise. To decrease the volume, turn the knob counter-clockwise. The green lights indicate the volume levels. When the volume is at its maximum, you will see the red light turn on.

14 New Style Podium Multimedia Classroom Podium Tutorial and User Guide Display Mute/Unmute Return to Main Menu Old Style Podium On/Off Button Microphone Volume VCR Image Lectern Computer Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Display Mute/Unmute Doc. Camera Image New Style Podium On/Off Buttons Volume Control Display Mute/Unmute VCR Image Doc. Camera Image DVD Image Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Lectern Computer Auto Image Document Camera Power Button Freeze Image Zoom In/Out Rotate Image Lamp Options Iris (Brightness) Adjustments Tips and Help Line You can may want hide the projector image temporarily during your presentation. If you are walking in front of the projector screen this can save you from looking into the bright light. Turning the projector off for this purpose is not a good idea. It causes undue wear on the bulb and the power-up process will take several minutes when you want to resume your presentation. To hide the projector image, push the Pic Mute button. When you are ready to restore your projected image, push the Unmute button or desired source button. The projected image will immediately return.

15 New Style Podium Multimedia Classroom Podium Tutorial and User Guide VCR or DVD Image Return to Main Menu Old Style Podium On/Off Button Microphone Volume VCR Image Lectern Computer Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Display Mute/Unmute Doc. Camera Image New Style Podium On/Off Buttons Volume Control Display Mute/Unmute VCR Image Doc. Camera Image DVD Image Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Lectern Computer Auto Image Document Camera Power Button Freeze Image Zoom In/Out Rotate Image Lamp Options Iris (Brightness) Adjustments Tips and Help Line To project the image from the VCR or DVD player, push the VCR or DVD button. You will find the VCR /DVD player at waist level in front of the podium. To control the player, you can use the VCR control buttons built into the podium or the players own control buttons in front of unit.

16 New Style Podium Multimedia Classroom Podium Tutorial and User Guide Document Camera Image Return to Main Menu Old Style Podium On/Off Button Microphone Volume VCR Image Lectern Computer Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Display Mute/Unmute Doc. Camera Image New Style Podium On/Off Buttons Volume Control Display Mute/Unmute VCR Image Doc. Camera Image DVD Image Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Lectern Computer Auto Image Document Camera Power Button Freeze Image Zoom In/Out Rotate Image Lamp Options Iris (Brightness) Adjustments Tips and Help Line You can project an image of a book, photograph, slide, or 3-dimensional object by using the document camera. To switch to the document camera as a video source, push the DOC CAM button. For instructions on using the document camera, click on its link in the menu on the left of the screen in this tutorial.

17 New Style Podium Multimedia Classroom Podium Tutorial and User Guide Return to Main Menu Old Style Podium On/Off Button Microphone Volume VCR Image Lectern Computer Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Display Mute/Unmute Doc. Camera Image New Style Podium On/Off Buttons Volume Control Display Mute/Unmute VCR Image Doc. Camera Image DVD Image Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Lectern Computer Auto Image Document Camera Power Button Freeze Image Zoom In/Out Rotate Image Lamp Options Iris (Brightness) Adjustments Tips and Help Line Laptop Computer You can bring a personal computer and connect it to the podium display using the laptop connector cable. Please note that you may need an adapter if you are using a newer Macintosh laptop. Once your laptop is connected and powered on, push the laptop button to project its image. If you are also using your laptop as an audio source, you will need to connect the separate audio plug. Optimum resolution is 1024 X 768.

18 New Style Podium Multimedia Classroom Podium Tutorial and User Guide Auxiliary Video Image Return to Main Menu Old Style Podium On/Off Button Microphone Volume VCR Image Lectern Computer Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Display Mute/Unmute Doc. Camera Image New Style Podium On/Off Buttons Volume Control Display Mute/Unmute VCR Image Doc. Camera Image DVD Image Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Lectern Computer Auto Image Document Camera Power Button Freeze Image Zoom In/Out Rotate Image Lamp Options Iris (Brightness) Adjustments Tips and Help Line You can connect an auxiliary video device such as a personal video camera. The plug types available are RCA and S-Video. Please test the connections with your device before the day of your class. Some devices may require an adaptor. After your device is connected, switch the source to auxiliary by pushing the AUX VIDEO button. or

19 New Style Podium Multimedia Classroom Podium Tutorial and User Guide Lectern Computer Image Return to Main Menu Old Style Podium On/Off Button Microphone Volume VCR Image Lectern Computer Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Display Mute/Unmute Doc. Camera Image New Style Podium On/Off Buttons Volume Control Display Mute/Unmute VCR Image Doc. Camera Image DVD Image Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Lectern Computer Auto Image Document Camera Power Button Freeze Image Zoom In/Out Rotate Image Lamp Options Iris (Brightness) Adjustments Tips and Help Line The lectern computer is stored inside the podium cabinet and is connected to the monitor on the top of the podium. It is a PC machine with a Windows based operating system. If you need to run software that needs another operating system (Macintosh, Linux, etc.) then you will need to bring in another computer and connect it using the laptop auxiliary cable.

20 New Style Podium Multimedia Classroom Podium Tutorial and User Guide Auto Image Return to Main Menu Old Style Podium On/Off Button Microphone Volume VCR Image Lectern Computer Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Display Mute/Unmute Doc. Camera Image New Style Podium On/Off Buttons Volume Control Display Mute/Unmute VCR Image Doc. Camera Image DVD Image Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Lectern Computer Auto Image Document Camera Power Button Freeze Image Zoom In/Out Rotate Image Lamp Options Iris (Brightness) Adjustments Tips and Help Line The Auto Image function will resync image source and adjust the projected image if it is incorrectly positioned.

21 Multimedia Classroom Podium Tutorial and User Guide Document Camera Return to Main Menu Old Style Podium On/Off Button Microphone Volume VCR Image Lectern Computer Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Display Mute/Unmute Doc. Camera Image New Style Podium On/Off Buttons Volume Control Display Mute/Unmute VCR Image Doc. Camera Image DVD Image Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Lectern Computer Auto Image Document Camera Power Button Freeze Image Zoom In/Out Rotate Image Lamp Options Iris (Brightness) Adjustments Tips and Help Line The document camera can be used for showing a book, photograph, slide, or transparency. It can even be used for showing 3-dimensional objects. By using the zoom feature, you can magnify even small objects to show large on the projector screen. If you are pointing out an area of interest, consider using a pen or pointer instead of your hand.

22 Multimedia Classroom Podium Tutorial and User Guide Document Camera Power Button Return to Main Menu Old Style Podium On/Off Button Microphone Volume VCR Image Lectern Computer Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Display Mute/Unmute Doc. Camera Image New Style Podium On/Off Buttons Volume Control Display Mute/Unmute VCR Image Doc. Camera Image DVD Image Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Lectern Computer Auto Image Document Camera Power Button Freeze Image Zoom In/Out Rotate Image Lamp Options Iris (Brightness) Adjustments Tips and Help Line To turn on the document camera, push the power button once. When you are done with the camera, push the power button again to turn it off.

23 Multimedia Classroom Podium Tutorial and User Guide Document Camera Freeze Image Return to Main Menu Old Style Podium On/Off Button Microphone Volume VCR Image Lectern Computer Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Display Mute/Unmute Doc. Camera Image New Style Podium On/Off Buttons Volume Control Display Mute/Unmute VCR Image Doc. Camera Image DVD Image Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Lectern Computer Auto Image Document Camera Power Button Freeze Image Zoom In/Out Rotate Image Lamp Options Iris (Brightness) Adjustments Tips and Help Line If you need to use your hands in the viewing area for turning pages or adjusting objects, you may want to freeze the image so that your audience does not see an enormous hand on the screen. Push the freeze button once to freeze the image. The projector will continue to show the image captured just before you pushed the button. To restore the live video feed, push the freeze button again.

24 Multimedia Classroom Podium Tutorial and User Guide Document Camera Zoom In/Out Return to Main Menu Old Style Podium On/Off Button Microphone Volume VCR Image Lectern Computer Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Display Mute/Unmute Doc. Camera Image New Style Podium On/Off Buttons Volume Control Display Mute/Unmute VCR Image Doc. Camera Image DVD Image Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Lectern Computer Auto Image Document Camera Power Button Freeze Image Zoom In/Out Rotate Image Lamp Options Iris (Brightness) Adjustments Tips and Help Line You may want to change the size of the projected image. You can do this by using the zoom buttons. The zoom out button widens the view of the projection table. The zoom in button will narrow the view of the projection table and magnify whatever is in the central viewing range. To zoom in to show a slide, first place the slide in the center of the glass. Then push the zoom in button until the slide image fills the projection screen.

25 Multimedia Classroom Podium Tutorial and User Guide Document Camera Rotate Image Return to Main Menu Old Style Podium On/Off Button Microphone Volume VCR Image Lectern Computer Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Display Mute/Unmute Doc. Camera Image New Style Podium On/Off Buttons Volume Control Display Mute/Unmute VCR Image Doc. Camera Image DVD Image Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Lectern Computer Auto Image Document Camera Power Button Freeze Image Zoom In/Out Rotate Image Lamp Options Iris (Brightness) Adjustments Tips and Help Line If your projected image is oriented the wrong way, you can rotate it using the rotate button. Each time you push the button, your image will be rotated 45% clockwise. Keep pushing the button until your image is oriented properly.

26 Multimedia Classroom Podium Tutorial and User Guide Document Camera Lamp Options Return to Main Menu Old Style Podium On/Off Button Microphone Volume VCR Image Lectern Computer Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Display Mute/Unmute Doc. Camera Image New Style Podium On/Off Buttons Volume Control Display Mute/Unmute VCR Image Doc. Camera Image DVD Image Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Lectern Computer Auto Image Document Camera Power Button Freeze Image Zoom In/Out Rotate Image Lamp Options Iris (Brightness) Adjustments Tips and Help Line There are 3 lamp settings for the document camera. One is a front light for showing books, photographs, and 3-dimensional objects. The second is a back light for showing slides and transparencies. The third setting is for no lighting at all. The lamp button toggles between the three possible settings. Push the button until you reach the lighting option that you want. Front lightBack light

27 Multimedia Classroom Podium Tutorial and User Guide Document Camera Iris (Brightness Control) Return to Main Menu Old Style Podium On/Off Button Microphone Volume VCR Image Lectern Computer Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Display Mute/Unmute Doc. Camera Image New Style Podium On/Off Buttons Volume Control Display Mute/Unmute VCR Image Doc. Camera Image DVD Image Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Lectern Computer Auto Image Document Camera Power Button Freeze Image Zoom In/Out Rotate Image Lamp Options Iris (Brightness) Adjustments Tips and Help Line You can adjust the brightness of the projected image by adjusting the iris control. This may be necessary when showing a slide image or dark photograph. Pushing the button beneath the minus sign will make an image darker. Pushing the button beneath plus sign will make the image brighter.

28 Multimedia Classroom Podium Tutorial and User Guide Document Camera - Adjustments Aperture – This setting adjusts the depth of field setting so that a 3-dimensional object will appear entirely or partially in focus. This button toggles between the 2 options. Auto Focus – This button will automatically adjust your image if it is not focused correctly. If you are projecting a flat object (such as a book) and the Auto Focus does not give you a sharp images, try also adjusting the Aperture. AWC – The Auto White Control will adjust the brightness setting so that the lightest color in your image will appear as white. Use this setting if you are projecting a book image with yellowed pages. Int/Ext – The Internal/External setting allows you to change from the built-in camera to an external video source. The button toggles between these 2 sources. Mode – This setting toggles between XGA and SVGA video modes. Depending on the projector type, one of these modes may display a sharper image. The XGA or SVGA light indicates which mode is set. Return to Main Menu Old Style Podium On/Off Button Microphone Volume VCR Image Lectern Computer Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Display Mute/Unmute Doc. Camera Image New Style Podium On/Off Buttons Volume Control Display Mute/Unmute VCR Image Doc. Camera Image DVD Image Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Lectern Computer Auto Image Document Camera Power Button Freeze Image Zoom In/Out Rotate Image Lamp Options Iris (Brightness) Adjustments Tips and Help Line

29 Multimedia Classroom Podium Tutorial and User Guide Return to Main Menu Tips and Help Line Old Style Podium On/Off Button Microphone Volume VCR Image Lectern Computer Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Display Mute/Unmute Doc. Camera Image New Style Podium On/Off Buttons Volume Control Display Mute/Unmute VCR Image Doc. Camera Image DVD Image Laptop Image Auxiliary Video Lectern Computer Auto Image Document Camera Power Button Freeze Image Zoom In/Out Rotate Image Lamp Options Iris (Brightness) Adjustments Tips and Help Line Every Multimedia Classroom has a Help Line phone that directly connects to ITS staff members responsible for the room. Some problems can be fixed immediately through the network connection. If available, a field support person may also be able to come to the classroom to assist you. Visit your Multimedia Classroom BEFORE you teach your class, preferable a few days in advance. If there is a problem, use the helpline phone to notify the ITS staff. Test out any special media or applications in the classroom you will be using. Have a PLAN B and maybe PLAN C in case of technical difficulties.


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