ITS places a top priority on providing faculty with the latest classroom technology, allowing them to create a multimedia learning environment for UWF students. All ITS supported technology-enhanced classrooms are configured as eClassrooms.
ITS supports 80 classrooms across campus. Below is information concerning Classroom Types, Classroom Technology Support, and Support Documentation for Classroom Technology.
eClassrooms include instructor computers, LCD projection and amplified sound systems, DVD players, and high-speed Internet. They also contain a document camera to display transparencies, documents, and other objects on screen. eClassroom touch panels control all of the technology in the room. Select eClassrooms are outfitted with SMART Sympodiums with on-screen annotation capability, which allows the instructor to write on the screen with digital ink.
Also available at UWF are Instructional Video Conferencing Classrooms, which include cameras and microphones to conduct classes with students in other Instructional Video Conferencing Classrooms, whether they be in Fort Walton Beach or the other side of the world. These classrooms also contain all of the features found in our eClassrooms.
The Classroom List / Classroom Technology Support Matrix page identifies all UWF classrooms and the technology available in each room. This page also lists all of the generally-scheduled eClassrooms that ITS Classroom Technology (CT) supports (highlighted in yellow). The others are departmental rooms that ITS CT does not support, but can provide consultation as needed.
Classroom Technology Support
If you are experiencing a technology problem in a regularly-scheduled classroom, call the ITS Help Desk at 474-2075. On-site classroom technology support is available Monday through Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. and Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Classroom support calls received outside of these hours will be addressed the next business day. Please leave a message with your name and contact information, the building and room numbers, and a description of the problem.
- Video Conferencing: Instructional and Administrative Guidelines
- Video Conferencing: Room Locations and Call IP Addresses
- Video Conferencing: University Library Guidelines
- Video Conferencing: Tandberg User Guide