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1 SLCC Media Review Department and Bldg Cmte Reps Presenter: Cindy King Executive Director, Academic Technology January 20, 2006

2 2 Topics Goal: Review Media Plans Goal: Review Media Infrastructure Presentation on SLCC from SmithGroup to Depts on March 1 Future Opportunities to Review Furniture Future Opportunities to Review Specific Media Options

3 3 Flex Rooms (MPR) Media 4 projectors and 3 screens (full room use: dual-lens or 2 projectors) 3 DVD-VCR, 3 Closed Caption Decoders 3 AMX Controls, 3 Equip Racks 9 video cameras, speakers, no mics 4 Smart Boards (no wall space for middle area; too small for area; move to dept mtg rms or student labs?)

4 4 Flex Rooms (MPR) Questions Special Needs? Table/Chair Storage? Info: Media Issues to Resolve

5 5 Dept Meeting/Conf Room Media Projector and Screen Computer-Video Wall Plate DVD-VCR, Closed Caption Decoder Equipment Rack Extron Media Control Unit Video Conferencing Unit (pending donation from Polycom) Smart Board (if moved from Flex Rooms/MPR) Red = not in budget

6 6 Meeting/Conf Rooms Each room = approx 200 square feet

7 7 Meeting/Conf Room Questions Capacity: 8 people with round table? Which wall for projection? white board? Credenza under projection? Ling FileCab? Need for floor box with data/phone under table? Preference projector or flat screen? Other needs?

8 8 Student Computer Lab Media Projector and Screen Computer-Video Wall Plate DVD-VCR, Closed Caption Decoder Equipment Rack Extron Control Smart Board (if moved from Flex Rooms/MPR) Scanner Red = not in budget

9 9 Student Computer Labs How will these rooms be used? Wheelchair Clearance 5’ Circle 5’ Walking Room Behind Seats

10 10 Student Lab Questions Semi-Circular Computer Arrangement? Number of Computers? ?? Floor Boxes for Data Ports? Wall for Projection? Presenter Location? Number, Location of Printers? Scanners, DVD recorder? Linguistic Work Room? Existing Computers, Other Equipment?

11 11 HSLS Student Work Room Projector and Screen Computer-Video Wall Plate DVD-VCR, Closed Caption Decoder Equipment Rack Extron Control Smart Board Red = not in budget

12 12 HSLS Student WorkRm Qs north wall for presentation? printer/scanner locations? vinyl, non-carpeted floor? existing computers, other equipment?

13 13 LING, CS Student Work Rooms Projector and Screen Computer-Video Wall Plate DVD-VCR, Closed Caption Decoder Equipment Rack Extron Control Smart Board Video Production Red = not in budget

14 14 LING, CS Work Room Questions Linguistic Equipment Needs? CS – one computer moved to Smart Board, presentation area? Floor box needs? CS – east wall for presentation? CS – corner for video production? CS – video production specs? CS – printer/scanner locations? CS – existing computers, other equipment?

15 15 Video Labs Media Computer-Video Interface 2 Video Cameras DVD-VCR Video Editor Video Monitor Split Screen Device Tripod, Podium, Backdrop, Lights Computer, DVD Recorder

16 16 Video Labs Ling Res. Lab = 1 camera each, No Split Screen Device Ling Interview Rm Deleted (no equipment specified in program)

17 17 AT Video Lab (SAC 2208) AT Video Suites (SAC )

18 18 Video Lab Questions Existing Equipment? Preferred Equipment? Special Needs? Opinions RE: AT Video Lab (SAC 2208) Needs for DSVJ Staff Office? Location? Should CS setup in Student WorkRm be parallel?

19 19 Linguistics Video Storage Tapes should be kept in a cool, relatively dry environment. For access storage, which means you are taking tapes in and out of storage on a regular basis, the recommended range for temperature is °F and a relative humidity of between %. If you are storing at the lower end of the temperature range, the humidity can be at the higher end. If you store at the higher temperature, the humidity should be at the lower end of the range. For example, 68°F at 25% RH would be within range. Resources: hp3?id=1&id2=9&id3=17 hp3?id=1&id2=9&id3=17 (DVD/CD Care)

20 20 Student Media Center Media Equipment to Be Determined Example: Sony AnyCast (TV Studio in a Box) Shooting Walls? N, E, NW Corner Video Lab Option for Staff Ofc Bison News Student Work Dept Uses? Studio Entry Door Full Width, Nearer to Control Room; East Wall Counter

21 21 Distance Learning Classrm Media 2 Projectors, 2 Screens, 5 video cameras DVD-VCR, 2 Caption Decoders, Scanner Computer-Video Interface, AMX Control Elmo, Smart Board, Light Ctrl, Telephone Assistive Listening, Speakers, Mics Video Conf, Back Wall Plasma (SLCC 2302 pending donation) AnyStream Apreso Presentation Capture SLCC 1302, 2302?

22 22 1-Projector Classroom Media Projector, Screen, 2 video cameras DVD-VCR, Caption Decoder, Scanner Computer-Video Interface, AMX Control Elmo, Smart Board, Light Ctrl Assistive Listening, Speakers, Mics AnyStream Apreso Presentation Capture SLCC 1303, 1304, 2403, 2304

23 23 Small Experimental Classroom Projector, Screen, 2 video cameras DVD-VCR, Caption Decoder, Scanner Computer-Video Interface, AMX Control Elmo, Smart Board, Light Ctrl Assistive Listening, Speakers, Mics Video Conf, Back Wall Plasma (pending donation) AnyStream Apreso Presentation Capture Future: Stanford DIVER System SLCC 2301

24 24 Classrooms

25 25 Classroom Questions Instructor Desk Location? Lighting? Presenter/Interpreter Locations? (Wide-Format Screens 16 x 9) SpotLight? AMX Wall or Desk Mount? (Security, Flexibility) Sm Classroom – Table with Middle Hole? White Board Locations? Floor Boxes? Info: 18 Students, Indiv Table and Chair

26 26 Amphitheatre Media SLCC Program called for 1 Plasma and speakers (no mics) Computer-Video Display (12’ x 7’) Computer-Video Interface, AMX Control DVD-VCR, Telephone Interface?, Speakers, 2 wireless mics Video recording, TV Camera, TV fiber Red = not in budget

27 27 Amphitheatre

28 28 Amphitheatre Questions Info: More Study Needed to Determine Viewing Angles and Number of Seats Presenter and Interpreter Locations? Plexiglass wall, viewing angles, display height above plexiglass? (12’ x 7’ display) Protection of Display Screen? (given corridor location) Typical Uses?

29 29 Faculty Lounge Media and Qs Plasma Display (TV) and Speakers TV Location? Need DVD/VCR? White Boards? Other Needs?

30 30 HSLS ADC Media Gov/His Women Studies Media HSLS ADC: 2 Screens, 2 Projectors, 2 Closed Caption Decoders, 1 Computer- Video Interface, 1 DVD-VCR, Equipment Rack, Extron Control No Media Defined for Women Studies in SLCC Program. Needs?

31 31 HSLS ADC, Women Studies TDR Media Consultant Needs to Study Projector Angles

32 32 HSLS Selected Media Waiting Room: 1 TV, 1 DVD/VCR (need two) Counseling Area: 1 TV, 1 DVD/VCR Research Area: 2 TV, 2 DVD/VCR Note: Original Program had no media for student computer area. Deleted Library provides opportunity to use that media.

33 33 HSLS Video Recording Media 16 cameras 11 monitors (TV screen) 11 DVD Control Rm Equipment DVD Recorders Mics, Speakers Office Viewing Equip Ofc Cabling, Sys Move 14 Therapy Rooms 2 Single Observation 6 Double Observation 29 Offices Video Switch TV Future Camera Control Red = not in budget

34 34 Office Media Infrastructure; Future Video Signage Office Ports: 6 Data/2 Telecom/1 TV Future Video Signage Locations: West Entry, North Entry Elevator Lobby (Each Floor) Floor Receptions Floor Lounges 1 st Floor and 3 rd Floor Combined Student Work Area

35 35 Emergency Notification System Part of CMT Campus-Wide Plan Locations? Current Equipment Options: Project Leader: Carl Pramuk Technical Leader: Jon Mitchiner

36 36 Discussion and Questions Other Issues? Other Spaces Needing Media? Future Meetings: SLCC Plan Overview: March 1 Furniture/Media: March-April Comments to


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