Need some help getting started with the technology in your classroom? You have come to the right place! Here you will find video resources that will help you get started with classroom AV and other tools, photos and descriptions of the equipment available in the classrooms, support information and classroom guides that provide details on what's available in each classroom on campus.
W&M provides several different types of equipment options in classrooms on-campus. Each classroom is equipped with different equipment and to view a complete guide to resources available in each classroom on-campus, please click on the classroom area to get a detailed listing.
Allows user to write on the screen and annotate. Mirrors output to projector/monitor.
Computer in classroom that mirrors the projector/monitor.
Document Camera (Doc Cam)
Allows user to present paper documents or items on screen.
Hovercam is a type of document camera but its connected to the computer via USB. Because of this, you have to use software on the computer to pull up the Hovercam display.
Touch Screen Panel
Controls the source to project and can control built-in cameras and other equipment.
Blu-Ray/DVD Player (Select Classrooms)
Located under the computer in the podium (in most cases).
Fixed Camera for Lecture or Audience Capture (Select Classrooms)
If you are in a classroom and run into a problem, you can contact IT by calling classroom support at 757-221-3011, or the main TSC line at 757-221-4357 (HELP). Both of these phone numbers go to the same TSC help desk location and the technicians are able to provide remote support.
IT support personnel will be dispatched to your classroom only when remote support cannot resolve the problem and is based on technician availability. This is a change from past years so please be sure to explore your classrooms ahead of time and work with the phone support if you call with a classroom problem.
Air Media- AirMedia allows anyone in the room to wirelessly share the screen of their notebook, phone, or tablet to the classroom projector system. It is a feature included in the recently upgraded touchscreen panels located on the classroom podiums.