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UIT supplies batteries for classroom equipment in most buildings.  Please contact Classroom Support at 701.777.6325 or submit a support ticket, providing building and room number information, as well as the type of equipment requiring batteries.
Lights flashing on the button presser indicate that the SurgeX (a.k.a the "Main Power") is turned off.  Look inside the teaching station for the SurgeX power conditioning unit and press down on the upper half of its rocker switch.  If the system is on, you will see a red, an amber, and a green light illuminated on the SurgeX.
High definition videos, such as the ones played using Netflix or iTunes require an HDCP compliant display system. Unfortunately, many of our classrooms still use analog video systems that are not HDCP compliant. Please contact Classroom Support at 701.777.6325 or submit a support ticket, a for a list a rooms that will support high definition video content.
There is a split second delay between when a computer begins to play an audio file and when the computer's audio is active.  Many of the Praat audio clips are shorter than the time required by the computer to activate its audio output.
Instructions to lower and raise projector screens in the Education Building's classrooms.
Steps for setting up the Hue Document Camera as a video input in YuJa Software Station: this allows instructors to share physical media and examples (like books) in their recorded presentations.
Steps for setting up the Hue Document Camera as a video input in Zoom and sharing from the doc cam during a meeting: this allows instructors to share physical media and examples (like books) in their presentations and meetings.
A list of classroom standards developed for University of North Dakota. Classroom standards were developed in order to provide robust support and equipment spares for all available classrooms.
This article provides links to resources on creating and managing breakout rooms in Zoom. It also provides a brief list of topics to keep in mind when users are looking to implement breakout rooms into their course structure.
Chalk and dry erase markers used in classrooms are replenished by the Building Services Technicians.  Please call the Operations Center at 701.777.2591 to have chalk or markers delivered to your classroom.
What to do if your classroom temperature is too hot, warm, or cold