Equipment Tutorials

Last updated: August 31, 2022
Audience: StudentsInstructorsStaff

University classrooms are designed with standard feature sets incorporating a variety of installed equipment and bring your own device (BYOD) support.  Academic Technologies offers a series of virtual Equipment Tutorials as a means to familiarize classroom users with installed classroom technology. All tutorials are featured on the Academic Technologies YouTube channel and embedded below for easy reference.

Blu-ray video playback (1:07)

This virtual tutorial will show you how to use the Blu-Ray player in UW Seattle classrooms.

Classroom audio settings (1:53)

This virtual tutorial will show you how to control a UW Seattle classroom audio system and microphone equipment.

Crestron control panel settings (5:54)

This virtual tutorial will show you how to use the Crestron control touch panel in UW Seattle classrooms.

Desktop computer projection (1:13)

This virtual tutorial will show you how to project the desktop computer in UW Seattle classrooms.

Document camera projection (1:39)

This virtual tutorial will show you how to project the document camera in UW Seattle classrooms.

Laptop/tablet computer projection (1:14)

This virtual tutorial will show you how to connect your laptop to a UW Seattle classroom A/V system.

Using Panopto in a classroom (1:19)

This virtual tutorial will show you how to utilize Panopto settings in UW Seattle classrooms.

Using Zoom in a classroom (1:19)

This virtual tutorial will show you how to use Zoom in UW Seattle classrooms.

What other information do I need to know?

  • This service is intended for credit-generating courses listed in the university Time Schedule and other authorized classroom users as scheduled by Event Services.
  • Operation of installed classroom technology is intended to be highly intuitive; however, instructions are made available in every classroom.
  • A Husky Card or Technology Key may be required for access to installed classroom technology.
  • All classroom users are encouraged to visit their assigned room in advance or view the Academic Technologies Classroom Features page for more information.
  • Academic Technologies does not warrant or guarantee that third-party audio/video or network devices will be compatible with the technology installed in classrooms.
  • An Equipment Reservation may be made if supplemental classroom technology is required.

Who can I contact if I have more questions?

Academic Technologies Help Desk
Email | Web | Phone: 206-221-5000, Option 2
Walk-in Location and Hours
UW Mailbox: 353095