What's in a dual-content classroom?
- A smart podium with a PC, HDMI laptop connection, document camera, display panel, and iClicker base
- One or more displays, such as a projector or television
- A podium camera and microphone.
What can you do in a dual-content classroom?
You can project content from the podium PC, your laptop, or the document camera onto your classroom's display(s). You can show one input on all the displays, or you can use the touchpad display panel to show two inputs side-by-side. You can use the camera and microphone on the podium to record your lecture.
Who should use dual-content classrooms?
Dual-content classrooms work for instructors who use two inputs that must be visible to students simultaneously. For example, a PowerPoint shows a math problem on one display, and the instructor uses the document camera to solve the problem on another display. This alleviates the need to switch back and forth between inputs, allowing students to review the question as the instructor solves the problem on the document camera.
Some classrooms have special equipment allowing you to better record lectures, teach online and blended courses, or share computer screens.
Learn more about:
- Lecture capture-enhanced classrooms
- Distance learning-enhanced classrooms
- Casting-enabled classrooms
Dual-content classrooms on campus
|Building||Room #||Lecture Capture (LCE) or Distance Learning Enhanced (DLE)?||Casting Enabled?|
|American Indian Hall||166||No||Yes|