technology classrooms are for instructional delivery using audio, video, and
computer technologies which are common delivery modes. The primary use of these
facilities is to meet the technology needs of faculty, students, and special
workshops for groups in a scheduled instructional environment.
this Fall 2018 BSU has added software, Mirroring360. This provides you the
ability to mirror the display screen of devices such as iPad, iPhone, Android
or tablet, Chromebook, PC, or Mac to computers wire-free. From the desktop
computer you will now be able to project your image wirelessly. For step by step
instructions on the classroom technologies click on the appropriate link below
to learn how.
Also new this year is Skype for Business. There are instructions
below on how to schedule a Skype meeting through Outlook or schedule a Skype meeting
through Office 365.
General Purpose Classroom
Technology and Instructions
Bridgewater State University has
permanent technology in all the classrooms on campus and ten
technology classrooms off campus. Standard equipment for most rooms
includes: a networked desktop computer, laptop cable, a
ceiling-mounted projector, a DVD/Blu-Ray unit, sound enhancement, a document
camera, and a projection screen. All sources can be selected with with a control panel.
The Teaching Station
The Teaching Station with a Touch Panel
Projecting Other Sources
Skype For Business
Mirroring360 Wireless Projection of your iPhone/iPad
Mirroring360 Wireless Projection of your Mobile Android Device
Mirroring360 Wireless Projection of your External Laptop or Chromebook
Mirroring360 Advanced Option