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Humanities 301

Humanities 301

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To turn on the projector: press the DISPLAY ON button on the Crestron Control Box. The screen will lower automatically.


To project an image from the computer: on the Crestron box, press PC. On the computer, press the power button and log in.


DVDs may be played through the computer, using the Windows Media Player program.


To project an image from the document camera: on the Crestron box, press the Doc Camera button. The document camera will turn on automatically. Papers or objects placed on the circular base will be projected onto the screen.


To project an image from your laptop: connect your laptop to the 15-pin VGA cable and 1/8" mini audio cable, then power on your laptop. On the Crestron box, press the Laptop button. A black LAN cable is provided if wireless is not used.


To project an image from an HDMI or Video source: HDMI and analog Video ports are provided on the Extron connection box, located next to the Crestron control box. Connect your own equipment. Then on the Crestron box, press the HDMI or Video button. Please note that an HDMI source will project on the screen but will not display on the instructor's monitor.


An IPod/MP3 player may be connected to the 1/8" mini audio cable. Press the Laptop button and adjust volume.


Volume is adjusted by a knob on the Crestron control box.


Use the up and down buttons on the Five Way Navigation Pad to manually control the screen.


At the end of class, shut down the computer or document camera.


IMPORTANT: At the end of class, press the DISPLAY OFF button to turn off the projector!


For classroom orientation, technical assistance or training, call Instructional Media Services at x3633 days or x3639 evenings. Call Academic Computing at x3816 for computer problems.