What does a touch panel interface look like?
Description: What does a touch panel interface look like? The design of the interface can be made to meet your needs. We have designed our interface according to feedback provided to us by professors and lecturers who use the room. For an example of the layout, visit this link. For more information about design and interface, […]
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Teaching and Learning Events
Description: What are Teaching and Learning Events? Teaching and Learning events cover a variety of topics including the use of technology in the classroom, events designed to educate the campus about the effective use of technology, and emerging technologies. While some events may be open to the entire campus community, others may be limited. How to […]
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What does AMX stand for?
Description: What does AMX stand for? At Multimedia Classroom Design, we use a variety of high tech equipment to help with the functionality of our classrooms. One of the technical companies that we utilize is AMX. AMX stands for Automated Memory eXtra. For more information about what different kinds of equipment and services we provide, feel […]
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What distance education services and resources are available for instructors?
Description: Consultations Staff at the ITS Teaching and Learning division will consult with you about designing a distance learning course, UNC-Chapel Hill support systems, and available software. ITS TL may coordinate with the Center for Faculty Excellence, campus libraries, and school support services. Other Campus-wide Resources University distance education homepage Join the UNC-Chapel Hill distance education […]
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How do I reserve a multimedia classroom?
Description: All general purpose multimedia classrooms must be scheduled by the Registrar’s Office: (962-6093). To find a classroom to fit your needs, enter your preferences on the “Find a Classroom” page. Or if you would like to find more specific information concerning one of the classrooms, go to the Classroom Hotline’s “Supported Rooms” page.
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