Services & Requests
All classrooms in Sullivan Hall and the Law School Annex are equipped with standardized, smart podium systems. Users only need to learn how to interact with one classroom in order to know how to interact with them all. To learn more classroom features and tutorials, click here.
Media technicians from instructional technology can be scheduled to come and assist, train, or setup specialized equipment for your class or event. This includes bringing a laptop to a class for presentation use by a guest speaker, teaching first-time users how to use all of the built-in podium equipment, setting up panel microphones for special events, etc. To schedule assistance and/or setups, please fill out our Setup Assistance Request Form.
Faculty and staff can also reserve the use of equipment available for checkout including: web cameras, Skype interview kits, audio recorders, photography cameras, pocket camcorders, portable projector, etc. (Students can reserve web cameras and pocket camcorders directly from the Law Library.) To reserve equipment for checkout, please fill out our Equipment Checkout Request Form.
Instructional Technology can record special events, guest speakers, faculty promotion review and exam reviews for later access online. This is ideal for making guest lectures available to both day & evening students, or faculty who need to record their classes for their promotion review process. Due to event-loads and resource limitations, recording must be submitted directly by faculty, administrative assistants, Event Administration or Student Life. To schedule this service, please fill out our Recording Services Request Form.
In Sullivan Hall and the Law School Annex, each of our classrooms has been set up with an embedded telephone conferencing system. This system is connected to our classroom sound system, allowing students and speakers to have a two-way conversation with other parties connecting by telephone. Portable units are also available for use in specified conference rooms. To schedule this service, please fill out our Telephone Conference Request Form.
For dedicated two-way video conferencing, the School of Law has one portable, Polycom video conferencing unit in each building. These have been configured to interface directly with the projection and sound system in each room. However, the complex setup requires advanced notice and some limitations apply. To schedule this service, please contact Instructional Technology well in advance to discuss details and setup end-to-end test calls. Once the details have been hashed out, this form will need to be submitted: Video Conference Support Request Form.
The law school has several Skype kits that can be checked out for use by the law school. To reserve one, fill out our Equipment Checkout form (above).The law school also maintains a limited use Adobe Connects Pro license. This is currently reserved for use by the Externship Program and Continuing Legal Education. However, if you have an event or future class that could benefit from this, contact Loren Wells to discuss your goals and evaluate the best options to assist with your needs.