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Many instructors have found it useful to have software and data files installed on our network servers for their students to use. The Academic Computing and Communications Center will work with faculty and departments to make such arrangements.

You must submit the software installation request before the deadline and provide all the required information: 

Files and software stored on the computers installed in the common use classrooms are not backed up.  This means that if there is a hardware or software failure on a classroom computer, files will not be recoverable.  For this reason, faculty are encouraged to utilize the Box.com service to store their files and be able to easily access them anywhere.  Alternatively, at least one USB port is provided for each classroom computer, to enable use of USB flash drives for portable file storage.  Please also note that after the end of a semester, all files and software a

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This depends on the type of wireless microphone that you have.  You must contact Classroom Support regarding use of a personal or departmental wireless microphone in a general-use classroom.  You should also consult Classroom Support if you are intending to purchase a wireless microphone to use in the classrooms.

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The Learning Environments & Technology Services office provides provides equipment and service reservations both for UIC academic courses, and for special events. We have many types of equipment available for loan, please see below for the full listing. There is no charge for academic course-related equipment reservations. Charges do apply for special events. These charges will be discussed on an individual basis once the LETS staff receives your reservation request and follows up with you regarding the needs of the event.

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Use the classroom list and select a classroom to determine what equipment is available.

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Yes, when you are finished instructing your class, you should turn off the digital projector to allow it to cool down.  If you communicate with the instructor following you and they state that they will be using the digital projector that day, you may leave it on for their use.

If you have an issue with an IML, please contact Classroom Support for assistance.  Oftentimes a full lectern reset is not necessary and may cause other issues.

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First try pressing a key on the keyboard and/or moving the mouse, as the computer may be in a sleep mode due to inactivity.

Second, check that the computer is turned on, there should be a green light next to the power button on the front of the computer.

Lastly, change the source via the control panel to another source, and then back to the built-in computer.

If none of these steps work, please contact Classroom Support for assistance.

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This depends on the circumstances, but general policy states that equipment can be reserved on a per-class basis.  This means that if you check out a piece of equipment for your 9:00am-9:50am class, you should return the equipment directly after 9:50am.

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