Any member of the Northeastern community may request audio-visual equipment at Northeastern University’s Boston campus for use in the classroom, within Snell Library or for special events. The ITS staff also offers technical assistance for individuals as needed, and conducts training sessions on the use of technology installed in classrooms for presentations.
The Help & Information Desk, located to the left of the entrance on the first floor of the Snell Library, provides faculty, staff and students with media equipment and technical support for both classroom instructional activities, and university-related functions and events.
Equipment loans – including portable items such as digital video cameras, LCD projectors, microphones and laptops – are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Additional details can be found on the Equipment Checkout service page.
Classroom Equipment Operating Instructions and Photos
- Instructions for operating the technologies installed in Boston campus classrooms are available in the classrooms
- Before going to a room, you can get instructions, images and more information on individual rooms across campus by visiting the View the Classroom site. You will need to sign in with your myNEU username and password to view detailed information.
- You will find information on lecture capture, student response systems (i.e., clickers), or other teaching technologies on the Academic Technology Services website or by going to the Classroom Technology section of the ITS Knowledge Base. You will need to sign in to view solution details. For best practices on how to use the knowledge base, see the Knowledge Base page.
Classroom Technology Equipment Training
Academic Technology Services provides training for the installed classroom media and computer equipment. In 212 SL, there is a standard classroom equipment configuration where you can learn how to use the ceiling-mounted projector with your own laptop computer or with the installed media players, the instructor’s computer with touchscreen monitor, and Lecture Capture or other teaching technologies. Visit the ATS site to learn more about media training.
For information and assistance in using classroom technology or if you encounter problems during a class, call the ITS Service Desk at 617.373.4357 (xHELP) and press 1.