Category Archives: Media Technology Services

Wads Annex upgrade

Wads Annex G11 was upgraded from a general use space to a collaborative classroom that seats 120 students.

Wads annex G11

IT-MTS added an Instructor presentation lectern with a Crestron control system, PC, document camera, and support for VGA and HDMI laptops.

wads annex G11 instructor podium

The instructor can select a source and display it on one of six 65″ wall mounted TVs. The room has six TVs—three on the north wall and three on the south wall.

wads annex G11 LCD

A distributed speaker system with two wireless microphones is available for Instructor use.  Students can collaborate in teams of four at each of the fifteen tables in the room. Two 28″ 4K LCD displays pop up from the center of each table.

wads annex G11 collaboration table

wads annex upgrade - LCD in table

 


Summer 2017–University Technology Upgrades

Michigan Tech IT has completed the following upgrades this summer. Please take a look. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us at it-help@mtu.edu or call (906) 487-1111.

Summer 2017 Upgrades

New Installations

  • A/V Technology in the Wads Annex (Engineering Fundamentals)
  • A/V Technology in M&M 718 (Pavlis Institute)
  • A/V Technology in MEEM 405 (IT)
  • HDMI connections in all Fisher classrooms (IT )
  • Printing Infrastructure Upgrade (IT)

Updated Installations

  • Audio System in Wads Dining Hall (Dining)
  • A/V system in MUB Ballroom (Auxiliaries)
  • A/V system in Chemistry Laboratory: Chem Sci 501, 502, 503 (Chemistry)
  • A/V Technology in Rekhi 114/118 Computer Science
  • A/V Technology in the HDMZ Walker 120A (Humanities)
  • New Computers in the Library
  • Many New Classroom Podium Computers (IT)

You can check out all the classroom capabilities here.


Active Learning Center Open House

Information Technology invites you to attend the Active Learning Center’s (ALC) open house on Friday, August 22, 2014, from 1:00pm to 4:00pm in MEEM 120. The ALC, formerly known as the MEEM “Fishbowl,” has been completely transformed into a technology-rich collaborative learning space, featuring 72 student computer stations, 3 instructor stations, and 29 collaboration LCD monitors.

Unlike the traditional learning space, the “front” of the classroom has been eliminated, allowing faculty to facilitate both heads-down concentration work and group collaboration, as well as provide hands-on technology for their students. In addition, when this room is not scheduled for classes, it will be available to all students as a computer lab.

Please join us this Friday to learn more, as staff will be on hand to provide tours and demonstrations. For further information, please contact it-help@mtu.edu or call (906) 487-1111.