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					  Rawls Hall

Using the Classroom
    Touch screen
Lectern and Touch Panel
   5 main parts of the system

4. VCR
5. DVD
                           2. Document Camera



1. Touch Panel




                   3. Desktop Computer
Lectern and Touch Panel
    5 main parts of the system




4. VCR



5. DVD
                   Starting Out
If you are the first person to use the screen, it may be
in sleep mode (it never fully turns off). Simply tap the
screen firmly to wake it up.

                                 The tap should be done
                                 quickly with some force,
                                 using the pad of the
                                 finger - not the nail.

                                 Quick but light taps will
                                 not register.

                                 Neither will slow forceful
                                 presses.
                  Starting Out
The picture below shows the 1st screen you will see
when the system “wakes up”


                                  To begin using the
                                  system, follow the
                                  written advice, and
                                  “Touch Here to
                                  Begin”
Three Main Parts of the Screen
Screen #1       Screen #2   Controls
       Screen #1
    Controls for the left projector
    (from student’s perspective)


Image of content to be displayed

Source Selection

Send Source to Projector



Controls for that input
       Screen #2
    Controls for the right projector
    (from student’s perspective)

  Exactly the same as for Screen #1

Image of content to be displayed

Source Selection

Send Source to Projector



Controls for that input
        Extra Controls
The right panel contains some
additional basic controls such as:
 •Main Volume (audience)
 •Individual projector power on/off
 •Lighting controls
    • (same options as on the wall panel)
 Panel Volume
    •(controls the previewed volume on the lectern
    only)
 •Shades Lower/Raise
 •Help
    •Gives text message on how to get help and
    report problems
 •Turn System OFF
Selecting a Source
  (Works the same on both sides)

To select your first source, press the
“Source Select” button

Once you select your source (we’ll say
you pressed “Lectern Computer”) that
source occupies the upper frame.

 Notice that the computer image is not
 sent up to the projector until you press
 “Send to Screen”

 It will take about 30seconds for the
 projector to warm up if it was not already
 showing an image.
        Controlling a Source
             Same for Screen_1 and Screen_2

Once you have selected a source, the controls
for that source will be displayed below it’s
preview.
                               -In this example, the
                               controls for the DVD
                               player are listed below the
                               preview of the video, with
                               “more controls” available
                               if needed.

                               - The Laptop cannot be
                               controlled from the touch
                               panel.
Viewing a Source on the Panel

If you would like to see a larger version of a
source, simply tap the image of that source.


                            For example, to have the
                            computer screen enlarge
                            to fill the entire screen, tap
                            the small image of the
                            computer display (upper
                            right).
 Viewing a Source on the Panel
Once you tap the small view, it will instantly fill
the entire screen.
                             To return to your controls,
                             simply tap the screen
                             anywhere.

                             A good tip:
                             Whenever you are “stuck” on a
                             screen that isn’t showing what
                             you need, reach out and touch
                             the screen, and it will change to
                             what you were looking for.
                 Projecting Text
Make sure it’s big enough!!!

Any Computer Source:
       Word, Excell, PowerPoint, Web, etc


Any Printed Material:
•Handout that will be projected, textbook copies, charts, graphs,
spreadsheets



Absolute smallest font you should use is 16 pt.
 (18pt is preferable).
                 Projecting Text (44pt)
This is text written in 12pt font – fine for reading on paper, absolutely lousy for projecting on screen


This is text written in 16pt font – looks large on paper, barely passable on screen


This is text written in 18pt font – preferable for your smallest bullet points


This is text written in 28pt font
 - a good general-purpose size for projection,
titles should be larger, while bullet points can
be smaller
 Two Ways to Add Wireless Mice

PS/2 plug available near mouse on keyboard tray
Two Ways to Add Wireless Mice
 USB port available on front of computer
  Connecting an Auxilary Source
RCA inputs for user provided A/V are located
behind the touch panel, along with a power outlet.
          Connecting a Laptop
A VGA computer cable with minijack sound is also
available behind the touch panel, as is a network
connection and power outlet (on the Aux panel).


                            To use the network
                            connection, plug in your
                            CAT5 network cable, and
                            be sure your internet
                            TCP/IP settings are
                            configured for DHCP.
          Misc. Reminders:
Keep a set of Vis-à-vis markers and notepad on
you in case they have been removed from the
room.
ONLY use DRY ERASE markers on the
whiteboard
If you will be using the laptop, bring your own
network cable, and make sure your laptop is set
for DHCP
If a projector won’t respond, individually power it
off (controls on right of touch screen), wait 2-3
minutes, then power it back on.
Never clean the touch panel with anything but a
slightly damp, clean cloth (NEVER “Windex,”
alcohol, or soap)
       Things for you to try:
Blank the screen.
Cue a video tape without letting the audience
see what you’re doing until you’re ready.
Add a laptop
Zoom in/out and AutoFocus the Document
Camera
When you’re finished using the system:

   If you used the computer, be sure to log off in
   order to prevent the next user from accessing
   your account.

  If nobody will be using the system after you use
  it, power it off by pressing the “Turn System Off”
  button in the lower right-hand corner.


  Please turn the lights out as you leave the room.
Documentation about these touch panels and how to best project
information will be available at:
http://intra.krannert.purdue.edu/kcc/documentation/rawls
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How do I get help?
For immediate assistance, call the appropriate number below:
AV Assistance: ------------------ 42769 (IT@P Audio Visual)
In-Room Assistance:-------------- 68238 (IT@P Instructional Computing)
Other Classroom Assistance: -- 43900 (Space Mgmt & Acad. Sched.)
These numbers are also listed on the “Help” button on the touch panel, and on the
wall plaque mounted above the room telephones.

Problems that do not require immediate attention can be reported through the
trouble report system (http://trouble.cc.purdue.edu/bin/trouble?pcmac) or via
e-mail to classroom-mgr@purdue.edu.

To find out more about the TIC program, you can contact the IT@P Instructional
Computing Coordinator Jody Reigel at mgmt-mgr@purdue.edu.
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Other questions about the touch screens can be directed to Scott Albritton
via e-mail, or you can walk into RAWL_3068 to see if he’s in the office.
salbritt@krannert.purdue.edu (765)743-6052
For More Information, please go to:

http://intra.krannert.purdue.edu/kcc/documentation/rawls

				
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