Some classrooms have different tools and technologies in place for your use. These tutorials will help guide you on using these tools in the specific classrooms indicated:
- 2343 and 2355
- 4320, 4357, and 4371
|Room||Projector||Computer||Laptop Connection||*WEBCAM for PC||Computer Mic||Zoom Options||House Mics|
*Zoom cameras are connected to house PC only.
*Macs should use VGA connection in 2343/2355
Newer laptops may not have a VGA or HDMI port. You may have a USB-C(Mac/PC) or Thunderbolt(Mac). You may need the appropriate adapter to connect to many classrooms on campus including Luskin.
Once you connect your cable or adapter to the appropriate connection to your laptop (you may need to choose or switch to the appropriate channel for your laptop), your image should now display on the projector.
If it does not, please follow the instructions below that pertain your laptop’s operating system:
- While holding the Windows button located on the keyboard, press “P”. Your display options will appear.
- While continuing to hold the Windows button, press “P” to highlight each option. Highlight “Duplicate” to project the image that appears on your laptop monitor.
- Highlight “Extend” to use the projector as a second monitor. You can then drag items off of your laptop monitor and on to the projected image.
- Release the Windows button when you have highlighted the desired option.
Mac Video Mirroring Display:
Video mirroring projects the same image that appears on your laptop monitor.
- On your Mac, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, click Displays, then click Display.
- Ensure both monitors are set to the same resolution.
- Click Arrangement, then select Mirror Displays.
Mac Video Extended Desktop:
Extended projects your desktop across your own laptop monitor and the projector as a 2nd screen.
- On your Mac, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, click Displays, then click Arrangement.
- Follow the onscreen instructions.
- This will require you to DRAG things across from your screen to the projectors side.