All LBJ School classrooms follow the standard Liberal Arts Information Technology Services classroom technology model. The computers in the rooms run both Mac OS 10.11.6 and Windows 7 Enterprise 64-bit. There is a VGA connection with a mini-DisplayPort adaptor and a 3.5mm headphone jack for hooking laptops up to the system. Some upgraded rooms also have HDMI connections. Each room is also equipped with a document camera for displaying physical content. These rooms have a touch panel that is used to operate all technology in the room.
Rooms noted with an "*" in the table above are often times split in half using a partition depending on the number and size of classes each semester. The west side of these classes are consider "tech lite" and do not have a technology console. Instead, there is a wall panel that controls the projector as well as a VGA cable connection for hooking up a laptop. Adapters can be checked out from SRH 3.274 if your laptop does not have a VGA connection.
LBJ ITS also offers mobile computer carts for checkout which feature a TV, Apple Mac Mini, Logitech C930e webcam, Jabra SPEAK 510 speakerphone, and wireless keyboard and mouse. These can be used to bring guest lecturers or students in a remote location into class. One feature of newly upgraded rooms include a webcam mounted in the front and back of the classrooms to avoid needing to use one of these carts. Currently, SRH 3.B7, 3.124, and 3.316/350 have been upgraded to include this new hardware.
If you need assistance using technology in the LBJ School classrooms, you can stop by SRH 3.274, call 471-0229, or email us at email@example.com.