Information Technology

Chemistry Hall, RM 20 (CH 20)

List of AV Equipment in this Classroom
Data Projector
Overhead
Projector
Computer (will also play DVD's)
VCR

To Project a Video
Videos can be displayed on the TV and projected. Turn ON the projector with the remote control kept by the computer. After the projector has warmed up press the Video button on the remote control. The VCR is located below the TV. For sound make sure the amplifier (below the Computer) power is on, the master volume turned up to @ 7, and the volume control labeled VCR is turned up.
 To turn off the projector press the power button once and then again to confirm.

To Project the Computer
Turn ON the projector with the remote control kept by the computer. You may also need to adjust the volume controls on the computer. If you don't see the computer image projected after the projector has warmed up try pressing the computer button on the remote control. For sound make sure the amplifier (below the Computer) power is on, the master volume turned up to @ 7, and the volume control labeled Computer is turned up. 
.To turn off the projector press the power button once and then again to confirm.

Projecting a DVD
Turn ON the projector with the remote control kept by the computer. After logging onto the computer insert the DVD into the Disc drive and Choose from the list of DVD player programs. If you don't see the computer image projected after the projector has warmed up try pressing the computer button on the remote control. For sound make sure the amplifier (below the Computer) power is on, the master volume turned up to @ 7, and the volume control labeled Computer is turned up. 
To turn off the projector press the power button once and then again to confirm.

Connecting a Laptop
Unhook the monitor cord from the back of the computer and connect it to the latop. Turn ON the projector with the remote control kept by the computer. Don't forget to rehook the monitor cable to the cart computer when you are done. 
To turn off the projector press the power button once and then again to confirm.

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