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Classroom Technologies (CT) is part of the Office of Information Technology (OIT). CT manages the technology in general assignment classrooms, including SmartClassroom lecterns, the campus lecture capture solution (YuJa), and the iClicker audience response system. CT also provides audio/visual equipment rental services for use within or beyond the classroom.

Classrooms

UCI's general assignment classrooms are all equipped with technology including lectern computers, projectors, and more.

Classroom Info

Tools

Instructional tools include the campus audience response system powered by iClicker, and the lecture capture system powered by YuJa. Classroom Technologies also runs pilot programs to evaluate potential additions or enhancements.

Tools Info

Rental Equipment

Audio/visual equipment including projection screens, speaker systems, microphones, and more is available to rent for campus events. Some equipment is also available free-of-charge for class-associated use.

Rental Equipment Info

Recent News

Classroom Tech Updates for Fall

September 23, 2019

Welcome back! We are excited to share updates from OIT Classroom Technologies for the Fall quarter, including classroom renovations, classroom recording improvements, new services, pilots, and funding opportunities!

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Scheduled YuJa recording available in more classrooms

August 13, 2019

Scheduled YuJa lecture capture is now available (at instructor request) in all classrooms with 140 or more seats!

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Poll Everywhere Pilot

June 18, 2019

Interested in using Poll Everywhere alongside or instead of clickers? Learn about the Poll Everywhere pilot project.

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Spring Classroom Feedback

June 7, 2019

Each quarter, Classroom Technology runs a survey to gather feedback on the classrooms we support. Help us identify problems that need fixing, opportunities for enhancement, or support staff who were particularly awesome by completing the Spring 2019 SmartClassroom/Lab Evaluation & Refresh Survey by 5pm on Friday, 7/5.

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