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Audio/Visual Support

Audio/Visual support covers classroom and conference room technology, audio reinforcement as well as the varying methods of video conferencing.  If we don't have the resources to support your teaching and research needs, we will help to guide you to the correct resource on campus.  Below you will find information on the resources that are available to you.

Classroom Technology

In order to utilize the computers and audio/video technology in Rawls, Krannert, and Krannert Center classrooms, you will need a valid Purdue Career Account login. The computers in these classrooms require that you use your login and password. In most cases, this will be the same as your normal Krannert login.

We strongly advise that you spend time getting familiar with the classroom technology in which you will be teaching before your first day of class. See the Facility Technology Guides section of the Frequently Asked Questions page to view tutorials.

Training sessions held in Krannert and Rawls classrooms are provided in the Fall and will be announced sometime in July.

Rawls Hall

Krannert Building

Krannert Center

All of the classrooms in Rawls Hall have a touch-panel interface which allows the presenter to control which inputs are sent to the projector.  You should review the PowerPoint in the Resource section, and then click on the Flash file (.SWF) to experiment with a simulation of how the touch-panel behaves.

Inputs: Desktop, Laptop, Document Cam, VCR/DVD Player

The computers in the Rawls classroom are provided by ITaP and will not automatically show your Krannert provided network storage folders. You can map your Krannert Network Storage folders by following the instructions provided in the Resource section. 

 Who to contact for assistance: itap@purdue.edu or phone 44000.

Krannert Ground Floor Classrooms and the Krannert Auditorium have a touch-panel interface which allows the presenter to control which inputs are sent to the projector. The technology is similar to that provided in Rawls Hall and KCTR 124, with modifications on how you view the computer display and the use of the Document Cam.  The Computer image is viewed on a secondary display, and the Document Cam is operated manually.

 Inputs: Desktop, Laptop, Document Cam, VCR/DVD Player

The computers in the Krannert Ground Floor classrooms are provided by ITaP and will not automatically show your Krannert provided network storage folders. You can map your Krannert Network Storage folders by following the instructions provided in the Resource section. 

Who to contact for assistance: itap@purdue.edu or phone 44000.

KCTR 108 is control by a PANJA touch-screen interface which allows the presenter to control which inputs are sent to the projector.  You should review the tutorial for KCTR 108 in the Resource section.

KCTR 124 has been setup much like Rawls Hall, using a Crestron touch-panel interface to control which inputs are sent to the projector. A tutorial on the room technology can be viewed in under the Resource section for KCTR124.

Inputs: Desktop, Laptop, Document Cam, VCR/DVD Player

 The computers in these classrooms are provided by KCC. Logging in with your user account will provide all your available network storage folders.

 Who to contact for assistance: kcchelp@purdue.edu or 47995.

Conference Room Technology

Rawls, Krannert Building, and Krannert Center has rooms available for meetings. Technologies range tremendously between each conference room.  The conference rooms are supported by Krannert and you can contact KCC kcchelp@purdue.edu or 49-44000 for technical assistance.

Audio Reinforcement

Rawls 3082, Rawls 1086, Krannert Auditorium, KCTR 108, and KCTR 124 are setup for audio reinforcement providing one or both of the following; a podium microphone, a wireless microphone (with the exception of Rawls 1086 where a microphone will need checked out from KCC).  The wireless microphones require a 9-volt battery and are the responsibility of the user to supply them. 

Rawls Hall and Krannert Ground Floor classrooms have an audio input to connect a wired or wireless microphone. You will need to contact ITaP itap@purdue.edu or 49-44000 to request a wired microphone be placed in the room for the semester. If additional services are needed, you should contact KCC kcchelp@purdue.edu or 49-47955

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