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In this space you can project from a VGA cable, platy a DVD and a VHS, you can also bring another device that will project from RCA such as a Laser Disc player, and another device with projects from VGA such as a document camera.
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'''Munroe 320 Smart Classroom Guide'''
  
'''Turning on the System''' - Touch the touchpanel screen anywhere, this will take you to the main menu and turn all the devices in the rack on.
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In this space you can project from the desktop (coming soon), a laptop using a VGA or HDMI cable, play a Blu-ray or DVD, and bring a VCR to connect.
  
'''Lights''' - You can control the lights in the room from the touchpanelPress the Lights icon on the Main Menu, you have 5 options, Full on, Medium, for when you are projecting and would like to see better, Video, for better visibility when watching a film, Low and Off.
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'''Turning System On''' -
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Touch the touch panel screen where indicated to beginThis will take you to the Main Menu..
  
'''Screen''' - You can control the screen without having to turn the system off so you can have full access to the chalkboard.
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Coming Soon
  
'''Volume''' - You can control the volume in the room from and of the sources. You can also mute the volume if you need to.
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'''Projecting from Desktop''' -
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Push the Desktop icon at the top of the touch panel screen. This will turn on the projector and lower the screen. You should have projection, if you do not, call the Helpdesk at x2200.
  
'''Projecting from VGA''' - Press the Laptop icon on the main menu, connect the VGA cable to your computer.  If you have a Mac you will need the appropriate adapter/dongle. (If you do not have a dongle you can loan one from the circulation desk at the Davis or Armstrong Library.) You should have projection, if you do not have projection, go to the troubleshooting section of this document.
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'''Projecting from VGA''' -
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Push the Laptop VGA icon at the top of the touchpanel screen on the left, this will turn on the projector and lower the screen.  Connect the VGA cable to your computer.  If you have a Mac will you need the appropriate adapter/dongle. (If you do not have one you can loan one from the circulation desk in the Davis or Armstrong Library) You should have projection.  If you do not have projection you can go to the troubleshoot section of this document.
  
'''Watching a DVD''' - Press the DVD icon on the main menuInsert your disc and press playYou can control the DVD player from the touchpanelYou can play, pause, stop, fast forward, rewind, skip forward, skip backward, and eject.  You can also navigate the DVD menu by pressing the DVD menu icon.
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'''Projecting from HDMI''' -
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Push the Laptop HDMI icon at the top of the touchpanel screen, this will turn on the projector and lower the screenConnect the HDMI cable to your computerIf you have a Mac or a new Windows 8 computer with Mini Display Port, you will need the appropriate adapter/dongle. (If you do not have one you can loan one from the circulation desk at the Davis or Armstrong Library) You should have projectionIf you do not have projection, go to the troubleshooting section of this document.
  
'''Watching a VHS''' - Press the VCR icon on the main menu. Insert your tape and press play.  You can control the VCR from the touchpanel.  You can play, pause, stop, fast forward and rewind.
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'''Play a Blu-ray or DVD''' -
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Push the DVD Blu-ray icon at the top of the touchpanel screen, this will turn on the projector and lower the screen. Power on the Blu-ray player, Insert your disc and press play.  You can control the Blu-ray player from the touchpanel.  You can play, stop, fast forward, rewind, skip forward and skip backward, pause, and navigate the DVD menu with the arrows on the right.
  
'''Aux Video''' - You can bring a laser disc player or another VCR if you need to and connect it to the red, white, and yellow RCA input.  Press the Aux Video icon.
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'''Aux Video''' -
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This auxiliary input is to connect an external device such as a VCR that uses RCA.  Connect the RCA cable to the red, white, and yellow input on the rack and press the Aux Video icon at the top of the touchpanel screen, this will turn on the projector and lower the screen.  You will have to control the device from the actual device.
  
'''Aux Computer''' - You can bring a document camera or a second laptop to project fromThe VGA cables are labled according to which input it does to so be sure to choose the correct source on the touchpanel.
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'''Turning the System Off''' -
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Press the red System Off icon at the the bottom right of the touchpanel screenPress the green Power Down icon to confirm.
  
'''Turn the System Off''' - Press the red System Shutdown icon on the Main Menu, press the red System Off icon to confirm.
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For Troubleshooting Tips go to [[Projecting_from_your_Laptop_Computer#What_to_do_if_Your_Computer_doesn.27t_project|go/troubleshoot]]
 
 
'''If you are have diffiulties projecting from your computer, go to [[Projecting_from_your_Laptop_Computer#What_to_do_if_Your_Computer_doesn.27t_project|go/troubleshoot]] '''
 
  
 
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Revision as of 09:23, 3 September 2014

Munroe 320 Smart Classroom Guide

In this space you can project from the desktop (coming soon), a laptop using a VGA or HDMI cable, play a Blu-ray or DVD, and bring a VCR to connect.

Turning System On - Touch the touch panel screen where indicated to begin. This will take you to the Main Menu..

Coming Soon

Projecting from Desktop - Push the Desktop icon at the top of the touch panel screen. This will turn on the projector and lower the screen. You should have projection, if you do not, call the Helpdesk at x2200.

Projecting from VGA - Push the Laptop VGA icon at the top of the touchpanel screen on the left, this will turn on the projector and lower the screen. Connect the VGA cable to your computer. If you have a Mac will you need the appropriate adapter/dongle. (If you do not have one you can loan one from the circulation desk in the Davis or Armstrong Library) You should have projection. If you do not have projection you can go to the troubleshoot section of this document.

Projecting from HDMI - Push the Laptop HDMI icon at the top of the touchpanel screen, this will turn on the projector and lower the screen. Connect the HDMI cable to your computer. If you have a Mac or a new Windows 8 computer with Mini Display Port, you will need the appropriate adapter/dongle. (If you do not have one you can loan one from the circulation desk at the Davis or Armstrong Library) You should have projection. If you do not have projection, go to the troubleshooting section of this document.

Play a Blu-ray or DVD - Push the DVD Blu-ray icon at the top of the touchpanel screen, this will turn on the projector and lower the screen. Power on the Blu-ray player, Insert your disc and press play. You can control the Blu-ray player from the touchpanel. You can play, stop, fast forward, rewind, skip forward and skip backward, pause, and navigate the DVD menu with the arrows on the right.

Aux Video - This auxiliary input is to connect an external device such as a VCR that uses RCA. Connect the RCA cable to the red, white, and yellow input on the rack and press the Aux Video icon at the top of the touchpanel screen, this will turn on the projector and lower the screen. You will have to control the device from the actual device.

Turning the System Off - Press the red System Off icon at the the bottom right of the touchpanel screen. Press the green Power Down icon to confirm.

For Troubleshooting Tips go to go/troubleshoot

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