Classroom Support Update UTFAB October 2016

Classroom Technology Report UTFAB October 2016 Dr. Al Powell Director, Learning Technologies ACNS & CSU Online Report Agenda UTFAB FY 2017 completed projects Planned updates remaining Request for funding re-allocation Early Q&A

look at FY 2018 FY 17 Technology Refreshes Purpose Digital/HDMI signals- Update switchers which do not carry HDMI audio signals Projectors Refresh and move to lower maintenance laser projectors where appropriate Consistent electronic controls Control technology equipment and software updates Microphone conversion Move to new frequency, install rechargeable mics in rooms

Installations/Refreshes Completed Video projectors: Video switchers: Control Audio $5,600 and HDMI electronics: Amp Wireless

$84,500 $4,700 $1,200 microphone conversion First half of project completed; 20 classrooms Classroom Support labor (still in process) $25,670 Install/Refresh Items Completed Video projectors: BSB 103-105-107-131, Eddy 107-108,

JNSN 222 Video switchers: Control BHSCI 103-107, Eddy 107-108 and HDMI electronics: BHSCI 103-107, Eddy 107-108 Audio Amp: Wireless

BHSCI 105 microphone conversion: 20 classrooms Budget FY 2017 Allocated Funding for FY17 $225,400 Equipment installed Equipment remaining Total

Labor equipment $121,670 $35,000 $156,760 has not been billed yet, will run below original estimate Installations/Refreshes Remaining Projectors: $33,000 Eddy 212, Engineering 100, Plant Science C101 Switchers:

Eddy 212 Control & HDMI electronics: $600 Eddy 212 Engineering $1,400 B101 remodel: $20,000 Upgrade to Smart classroom status

Total equipment remaining: $55,000 FY 2018 Forecast FY 2018 Classroom Support Request Projector & lamp replacements: $71,000 (incl. laser) AZ E112, AYLS C106-108, Eddy(19), ED 236, ENG 120, PHYSIO 103, SHEP(4), VIS F101 HDMI

switcher replacements: Same rooms, minus four in Eddy, plus AYLS C111 Lectern control panels: $5,000 Eddy 118-119, SHEP 102-120-212 Microphone $35,100 conversion (part 2):

$31,200 A/Z(2), ANSci(4), AYLES 106, GLOV 130, HES 105, Scott Bio(3), JNSN(2), Micro A101, NATR(3), PATH(1), PHYS(2),PLSci C101, TILT 221, VIS F101, Wagar 232, Yates 104 Labor: $35,575 Discussion? Two More Things. Help to advance the use of classroom technology at CSU Request to re-allocate funding (1) FY 17: wireless microphone conversion was funded at $39,000

Actual expense after bid: $25,670 Available funds: $13,330 Goal: provide touch screens in all eight Walnut GA classrooms Walnut is almost equipped for lecture capture Electronic Cost: touch screens are needed

$925 per unit = $7400 Request to re-allocate funding How will they be used? Instructor walks in, connects laptop and runs free whiteboard software Touch screen notations show on data projector Student visibility & readability are improved Notations

can be saved for students No computer in lectern less cost & maintenance CSUO, TILT and ACNS provide training Request to re-allocate funding (2) Classroom Support is creating something most universities dont have - a Demonstration Classroom used for faculty technology training Clark

A68, now being modified by CSS: Request to re-allocate funding (2) Classroom Support has most of the equipment needed to duplicate a lecture capture room Funding is needed for wireless microphone, touch screen electronic whiteboard, and short throw projector for Smartboard Microphone: Flat screen: Projector: Total:

$1200 $975 $1800 $3975 Requests to re-allocate funding Part 1- electronic touch screens: $7,400 Part 2- demonstration classroom: $3,975 Total re-allocation request:

Return to UTFAB: $11,375 $1,955

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