Many classrooms, especially lecture halls, use this item to amplify voice, laptop computers, DVD's & VHS videotapes.
This machine plays blu-ray, DVD, and compact discs.
This high def camcorder is used by faculty to record student presentations. It comes with 36 GBs of memory on a SD card for hours of record time. It connects easily to a wireless mic for improved audio. It also comes with a USB for downloading videos to one's computer.
This item allows the user to play both DVD's and VHS videotapes.
This item mirrors what is displayed on the user's computer screen but can be manipulated with a stylus and saved for later viewing.
The interactive whiteboard uses touch detection for user input – e.g. scrolling, right mouse-click – in the same way normal PC input devices, such as a mouse or keyboard, detect input. A projector is used to display a computer's video output on the interactive whiteboard, which then acts as a large touch screen. The interactive whiteboard typically comes with four pens, which use digital ink and replace traditional whiteboard markers.
This item projects high resolution widescreen stills and motion video from the user's laptop computer and media player.
This adaptor allows MacBook computers issued since 2009 to connect to LCD projectors via a VGA cable.
This item is used to amplify your voice and is accomplished by using a microphone that clips to your lapel along with a self-amplified speaker which straps to your waist.
This item allows more than one person to be recorded at the same time without the microphone having to move about.
This item allows for the user to be heard over a robust sound system for a large audience.
This item is pinned to the presenter for improved audio recording.
This multi-purpose portable cart comes equipped with a LCD projector, DVD/VHS player, and speakers.
This item is a standard portable pull-down 8 foot screen on tripod legs.
Tablet computers are used primarily as a platform for audio-visual media including books, periodicals, movies, music, games, apps and web content. A tablet's size and weight fall between those of contemporary smartphones and laptop computers. The tablet is controlled by a multi-touch display and has a virtual onscreen keyboard. The tablet accesses the internet through WiFi and can easily be connected to a TV using S-VGA or HDMI using corresponding adaptor.
Verizon has donating a number of Android tablets to NMU. The 20 Samsung Galaxy 2 tablets are available for departments and faculty to check out from the CITE. The tablets are to be used for educational use, and documentation of the projects for which they are used is required as part of this program. Review these NMU Tablet Check-Out Guidelines
This equipment projects transparent images to a screen or wall.
This device allows the user to convert video from VHS videotapes and DVD's to digital .MPEG files on the user's laptop as long as there is no copyright protection on source media.
Very similar to a document camera, this camera captures high definition quality still and motion video digitally. Great for displaying 3D objects. Comes with SD memory card.
Standard portable white board.
This wireless remote allows for remote control of Windows PowerPoint slides. It also has a built-in laser pointer. It connects via a USB port.
This item provides a hard surface on which to write on that is displayed on the user's computer screen and can be saved digitally.
Design professional layouts for print and digital publishing. Adobe® InDesign® CS4 software breaks down the barriers between online and offline publishing. Create compelling print layouts, immersive content for playback in the Adobe Flash® Player runtime, and interactive PDF documents.
Create dynamic digital slide shows.
Open-Sankoré is a free and open-source interactive whiteboard software compatible with any projector and pointing device.
SMART Notebook software sets the standard for creating, teaching and managing interactive lessons within a single application. (for use with television and SMARTboard overlay and/or SMARTboard panel)
Windows Media Center plays the computer user's pictures, videos, and music from local hard drives, optical drives, and network locations. It then categorizes them by name, date, tags, and other file attributes. Media managed through Media Center can also be relayed via a home network to standard TV sets via the specially designed Windows Media Center Extender or the Xbox 360.