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Warner Wright SMART Classroom Guide

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Warner 202

Location of Equipment

Equipped with a projection system that accepts input from a laptop computer, a VCR, a DVD player, an auxiliary computer and video equipment and projects the output onto the screen at the front of the room for display. You can also play CDs in the DVD player. All equipment is controlled by the Touch Panel system. The relevant equipment is located at:

TABLE HERE


Video and Computer Projection

For details on Video and Computer Projection, including how to operate the Touch Panel and equipment, see: Video_And_Computer_Projection.


Warner 203

Location of Equipment

Equipped with a projection system that accepts input from a laptop computer, a VCR, a DVD player, an auxiliary computer and video equipment and projects the output onto the screen at the front of the room for display. You can also play CDs in the DVD player. All equipment is controlled by the Touch Panel system. The relevant equipment is located at:

TABLE HERE


Video and Computer Projection

For details on Video and Computer Projection, including how to operate the Touch Panel and equipment, see: Video_And_Computer_Projection.


Warner 207

Location of Equipment

Equipped with a projection system that accepts input from a laptop computer, a VCR, a DVD player, an auxiliary computer and video equipment and projects the output onto the screen at the front of the room for display. You can also play CDs in the DVD player. All equipment is controlled by the Touch Panel system. The relevant equipment is located at:

TABLE HERE


Video and Computer Projection

For details on Video and Computer Projection, including how to operate the Touch Panel and equipment, see: Video_And_Computer_Projection.


Warner 208

Location of Equipment

Equipped with a projection system that accepts input from a laptop computer, a VCR, a DVD player, an auxiliary computer and video equipment and projects the output onto the screen at the front of the room for display. You can also play CDs in the DVD player. All equipment is controlled by the Touch Panel system. The relevant equipment is located at:

TABLE HERE


Video and Computer Projection

For details on Video and Computer Projection, including how to operate the Touch Panel and equipment, see: Video_And_Computer_Projection.


Warner 506

Location of Equipment

Equipped with a projection system that accepts input from a laptop computer, a VCR, a DVD player, an auxiliary computer and video equipment and projects the output onto the screen at the front of the room for display. You can also play CDs in the DVD player. All equipment is controlled by the Touch Panel system. The relevant equipment is located at:

TABLE HERE


Video and Computer Projection

For details on Video and Computer Projection, including how to operate the Touch Panel and equipment, see: Video_And_Computer_Projection.


Warner 507

Location of Equipment

Equipped with a projection system that accepts input from a laptop computer, a VCR, a DVD player, an auxiliary computer and video equipment and projects the output onto the screen at the front of the room for display. You can also play CDs in the DVD player. All equipment is controlled by the Touch Panel system. The relevant equipment is located at:

TABLE HERE


Video and Computer Projection

For details on Video and Computer Projection, including how to operate the Touch Panel and equipment, see: Video_And_Computer_Projection.


Warner Hemicycle

Location of Equipment

Equipped with a projection system that accepts input from a laptop computer, a VCR, a DVD player, an auxiliary computer and video equipment and projects the output onto the screen at the front of the room for display. You can also play CDs in the DVD player. All equipment is controlled by the Touch Panel system. The relevant equipment is located at:

TABLE HERE


Video and Computer Projection

For details on Video and Computer Projection, including how to operate the Touch Panel and equipment, see: Video_And_Computer_Projection.


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