- DoIT Classroom Technologies
- Audio-Visual Support Request Form (Microsoft Word)
- Tutorial for Using Classroom Equipment in 120 & 121
- Tutorial for Using Courtroom Equipment in 122
- Trial Courtroom Access Agreement (PDF)
The Law School has six large, fully equipped electronic classrooms (120, 121, 221, 225, 329, 332) that contain custom podiums with a built-in computer. Each podium is equipped with touch panel controls for computer projection, VCR/DVD, document camera, sound, wireless microphones, a podium microphone, laptop hook-ups, and the ability to make a digital audio recording.
Six smaller seminar rooms (222, 224, 347, 348, 412, and 432C) are outfitted with "technology lite" which includes a podium or rack with a built-in computer, computer projection equipment, and laptop hook-ups.
Faculty who need help with setting up or using the equipment in the classrooms should contact DoIT at 703-993-8226 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. When classes are in session, DoIT staff are on duty during the following hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30am-10:00pm and Saturday - Friday, 9:00am-5:00pm. There are campus-only phones located adjacent to the podiums in the large classrooms that can be used to call DoIT staff for help. For specialized help, including assistance with audio or video recording, please contact Carlos Sandoval, the law school's Technology and Classroom Services Specialist, Room 362, 703-993-8261.
Groups who want to schedule the equipment for use outside of regularly scheduled classes need to contact the Arlington Campus Events Scheduling Coordinator at (703) 993-8924. For more information, see the Classroom Technolgies website.
There are two courtrooms that contain technology: the Trial Courtroom (122) and the Win Whittaker Appellate Courtroom (123). Both courtrooms have video and audio recording equipment that can steam video live over the Internet or that can produce MP3 recordings for download from the web. The Trial Courtroom has additional equipment including a custom podium with computer, computer projection equipment, document camera, laptop hook-ups, a microphone, and a touch-screen annotation system. Use of the Trial Courtroom is restricted to law school classes and events sponsored by the Moot Court Board and the Trial Advocacy Association. Student organization leaders must sign an access agreement to use the courtroom. For more information, contact Carlos Sandoval, Room 362, email@example.com or 703-993-8261.