Smart Classrooms List
Phone: (949) 824-8833
In-Quarter Support Hours: Monday-Thursday 7:30am-8pm, Friday 7:30am-6pm
Printable Version of this list (pdf)
Detailed Information on all classrooms (pdf)
Classroom Policies & Information
Powerpoint Presentation - overview of classroom equipment and operation
Smart Classroom Standard Equipment:
PC Computer (software info), USB Microphone (for use with UCI Replay), i>clicker Base Station, Laptop Connections (VGA & HDMI video, 1/8" mini audio), Blu-Ray Deck, 16:10 Format Data Projector, Stereo Speakers, Overhead Transparency Projector, Auxiliary RCA Audio/Video Inputs, XLR Microphone Input, Touch-Panel Controller, Help Phone.
Smart Lecture Hall Standard Equipment:
All standard SmartClassroom equipment listed above, plus: Elmo Document Camera, Wacom Writing Tablet, Gooseneck Microphone, Wireless Microphone (1 lapel mic set out daily; 2 lapel, 2 handheld, or 1 of each available by request).
Active Learning Classroom Equipment:
PC Desktop and Tablet Computers (software info), i>clicker Base Station, Laptop Connections (VGA & HDMI video, 1/8" mini audio), Blu-Ray Deck, Auxiliary RCA Audio/Video Inputs, Wireless Presentation Devices (Mersive Solstice Pods), Multiple Displays, Speakers, Wireless Microphone (1 lapel mic set out daily; 2 lapel, 2 handheld, or 1 of each available by request), Touch-Panel Controller, Help Phone.
VHS Tape Usage in Campus Classrooms
As of Fall 2016, SmartClassrooms no longer contain VHS/DVD decks by default. While they were phased out of the standard equipment list in classrooms beginning in 2012, VHS tapes can still be temporarily accommodated in any room.
VHS decks may be picked up for loan from the OIT CTS office, your department, or support centers such as the Humanities Studio or Social Science Computing Services, and connected to the RCA inputs on the side of the SmartClassroom lectern. For the long term, we recommend that materials currently on VHS tape should be re-purchased in digital format as available, or converted to digital format where copyright allows. For assistance and information, please contact your subject librarian, your school computing support staff, or OIT CTS staff.
Complete information on VHS usage in the classrooms is available here:
VHS Usage Information