Although Wolfram Alpha appears to be a tool used exclusively by the STEM community, it might become your secret weapon in finding real answers to questions you or your students might have. Wolfram Alpha is not a search engine per se, but a “knowledge and […]
There are many ways to check in with your students or meeting members to gauge their understanding of content, gather opinions, and ask for ideas.Options can be as simple as asking for a show of hands, having students hold up color-coded index cards with yes […]
Did you know that the Wake Forest University’s Cisco Conference room equipment now functions seamlessly with WebEx and Zoom. Watch the video below to find out how.
Regardless of what you choose as your selected scanner, having these apps in you and your student’s toolkits will enable on-the-go documentation!
Are you considering how to continue your classes in the event of campus closing? University faculty and students have access to many tools that may be useful in the event of a campus closing. The Instructional Technology Group has compiled its recommendations on our […]
In classrooms equipped with two projectors, you may find it necessary to raise one screen in order to access and use the whiteboard beneath. Here is how: DO NOT use the switch located above the screen to disable the screen. On the touch panel, tap […]
Sometimes, it is desirable to display supplementary information in the classroom as well as your main presentation or whiteboard work. The side wall displays (where equipped) are a great place to host the supplemental information. Below, you will find instructions for displaying a Periodic Table […]
To manually change the sound output from your computer to the classroom multimedia system, perform the following: For a PC Right click on the speaker icon in your system tray. Choose Open Sound Settings Under the output section, click on the “Choose your output device” […]