Law Technology and Academic Computing provides training for classroom technology. Training is available by submitting a request through our ticket system found at http://lawhelpdesk.scu.edu or by calling the Help Desk at 554-5762. Please make your request with at least 48 hours notice as requests are processed on a first-come first-served basis. We will do our best to accomodate last minute requests depending on staff and student availability. To submit a classroom request, please do so through our ticket system found at http://lawhelpdesk.scu.edu.
All classrooms are equipped with the following technology:
- Desktop PC
- DVD/VHS Player
- Overhead Transparency Projector
If you have a personal laptop, there is a VGA laptop connection in each classroom. This will allow you to use your laptop with the projection system.
Classroom Projection System
Please contact us if you are in need of assistance in setting up a powerpoint or playing a DVD/VHS in the classroom. We provide training for both.
If you are in need of a wireless microphone, Bannan 127, 135, 139, and 142 are the only rooms with the capability. Wireless microphones for these rooms can be checked out at the Circulation Desk located in the Heafey Law Library. We cannot check them out for you.
Document Cameras are available on a first-come first-served basis. Please note if you will need a document camera when making your request.
How do I submit a request?
A request can be submitted through the ticket system found at http://lawhelpdesk.scu.edu or by calling the Help Desk at 554-5762. Please provide the following information with your request:
- Date of request
- Start and end time
We only accept requests made by faculty, staff, and organizations. We cannot do subsequent setups for a semester due to the volume of requests we recieve. If you require semester support for setting up classroom technology in your classroom, we do provide training. Please submit a request through our ticket system found at http://lawhelpdesk.scu.edu and mention classroom training in your ticket.
Audio and Video Recordings
Classes and special events can be recorded and made available through various formats such as DVD or online through iTunesU. For more information click the link in the navigation bar on the left hand side.