Law Technology department provides training for classroom technology. Training is available by submitting a request through our ticket system found at lawhelpdesk.scu.edu
Please note that when using the classrooms, you will need to login with with SCU Login. Please remember to log out of the desktop in the room when you are done.
All classrooms are equipped with the following technology:
- Desktop PC and Mac
- Laptop Connection (VGA, HDMI, USB for Video Conferencing)
- Mac adapter for Laptop Connection to Projector
- Apple TV
- Wacom Screen
- Blu-ray Player
- Assistive Listening
- Podium Microphone
- Lapel and Handheld Microphones (available for checkout)
- Classroom Capture
- Video Conferencing (using SCU support software Skype and Zoom)
- Ethernet connection
- Projection Screen
- Audio System
Classroom Projection System
Please contact us if you are in need of assistance in setting up a Powerpoint or playing a DVD/Blu-ray in the classroom. We provide training for both.
If you are in need of a wireless microphone, they can be checked out at the Circulation Desk located in the Law Library on the second floor. We cannot check them out for you.
There are adapters located in each classroom but if that adapter does not work with your apple laptop, please see the available adapters for checkout at the Law Library Circulation desk.
There are Powerpoint clickers located at the Law Technology Helpdesk and at the Law Library Circulation desk.
There is Apple TV found in each room which will allow you to connect your Apple Device to the screen in the room. Select Apple TV and search for the room name in your screen mirroring settings (if on iPad or iPhone) or your Airplay settings (if on a Apple Laptop). Enter the code displayed on the screen on your device to connect. Remember to disconnect from each using the same process when you are done. This does not work if you are connected to the SCU-Guest WiFi network.
For more information on Airplay – https://support.apple.com/en-us/ht204289
Document Cameras are available on a first-come first-served basis. Please note if you will need a document camera when making your ticket request at lawhelpdesk.scu.edu.
You can also learn how to use the classroom at your leisure. We recommend consulting astra.scu.edu to see when rooms might be available at Charney Hall. Please use the following document as a guide while you learn how to use our classroom AV technology. If you have any questions, then please contact at 554-5762 during our normal business hours or at email@example.com.
How do I submit a request?
A request can be submitted through the ticket system found at lawhelpdesk.scu.edu
- Date of request
- Start and end time
- Brief but detailed description of the event
We only accept requests made by faculty, staff, and organizations. We cannot do subsequent setups for a semester due to the volume of requests that we receive. 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 lawhelpdesk.scu.edu
Audio and Video Recordings
Each classroom can be recorded and made available to students. This is scheduled through Law Technology and you will need to provide the name of the class, date, and start and stop time. If recording for an entire semester, we will need additional information from you such as the course name to link it to your Camino course page. Please make your request at least 48 hours in advance. We will do our best to accommodate last minute requests but it is not guaranteed.
Video Conferencing using Skype or Zoom
Each classroom has video conferencing capabilities using Skype or Zoom, which is pre-installed on our podium desktop PCs. You will need to provide your own login as we do not provide logins. For Skype, you will need to create a login at www.skype.com. For Zoom, your login is your SCU Login. Please note that if you are using Zoom, you will need to send a calendar invite ahead of time.
We have a handful of iClickers available for checkout which includes the base station. iClicker is a system which allows you to do live polling during class. For more information about iClicker, please visit www.iclicker.com.