Transitioning Away from VHS Technology
As of June 1st, 2011, Instructional Computing will no longer be supporting VHS in any of the technology classrooms, with the plan to systematically remove VHS players from specific areas over the course of the next 12 months.
To help make the transition easier, Instructional Computing will be working with the Faculty Resource Center to provide the means to digitize your media and help ensure you are comfortable with the change in technology. We will assist you with the transfer of your old VHS media to DVD or online streaming format (linkable directly from your MyGateway site), as well as instruction on how to use the new media formats.
Targeted dates for VHS Removal by month and building are as follows:
June 1 2010:
- Education Administration Auditorium
- Honors 307
- University Center 62, 63, & 64 Classrooms
- Marillac G08A & B Classrooms
- Stadler 104 Classroom
- SCB (102 & 200A) Classrooms
- Seton 6, 17, 19 Classrooms
- LeGras Classroom
- Seton Room
- Benton Hall Classrooms
- Research 120/121 Classrooms
- CCB Classrooms
- SCCB Classrooms
- SSB Classrooms
- Clark Classrooms
- Lucas Classrooms
- Mark Twain 218
- Nursing Conference Room 2 (NA002)
If you have any suggestions or comments for us, please feel free to contact Instructional Computing by calling us at 516-6852 or emailing email@example.com.