Fogarty 214

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Location

Fogarty Hall, second floor, Room 214 (map)

Room layout

Capacity

107

Contact

For additional information, please contact:
Classroom Media Assistance
Lower Level Library (LL4)
401-874-4278
cmaking@etal.uri.edu

To reserve this room, contact:
General Assignment Classrooms form: Request a Classroom

Electronic Access

Card Swipe

Important Notes: Card Activation

This room is equipped with electronic access (a card-swipe lock). The electronic mechanism locks and unlocks with a swipe of an authorized URI ID card.

To unlock the door, swipe the ID card with the magnetic strip inside the sliding mechanism, and your picture facing to the left as shown in the picture at the right. To lock the door, repeat this process.

  • A steady green light indicates the door is unlocked.
  • A red light indicates the door is locked.

Faculty assigned to teach in classrooms with electronic access should be automatically entered prior to the start of the semester, or 24 hours before a special event. To be safe, be sure to test your card at least 1 business day prior to your first class meeting.

If your card does not work, contact:

Facilities Services Access Control Office
phone: 874- 4577
e-mail: access@etal.uri.edu.

Internet Access

Ethernet

Wired Connection

Each room has at least one active ethernet port for use with the internet.
The port will be marked with a yellow dot.
There should be an ethernet cable in the rack drawer to use with the port.
If you find one is missing, please call Classroom Media Assistance at 874-4278.

Wireless Access

If you are unable to get online using the wired port, or if you prefer, all rooms also have wireless internet access.
If you have not used wireless access in the past, please be sure to test out your laptop before class starts.
Some manufacturers have special programs or settings that control wireless, or your machine may have a physical button that needs to be selected.

If you have never used your laptop on the URI network, you will be asked to download and install and electronic policy key. You probably don't want to do this during class time as it can be time consuming, so connect your laptop in your office first and get this step out of the way.

To authenticate with the policy site:
- Use your URI eCampus username
- With your Sakai/wireless password.

If you don't remember this password, please call the URI Help Desk at 401-874-4357.

TurningPoint Technologies Channel for this Classroom

Channel 38

DMPS Presentation System

Podium (DMPS)

The digital media is housed within the presenter podium.

Fogarty 214 Podium 2016.jpg

Fogarty 120 Cables 2016.jpg

The podium contains the following resources for presenter use:

  • Podium Computer (PC)
  • Connections for Presenter Laptop (HDMI and VGA w/ Audio)
  • Document Camera
  • DVD/Blu-Ray Player
  • RCA connection for VHS, digital camera, or other media.
  • USB and Ethernet Port

Digital Media Switcher

Digital Media Switcher
Digital Media Switcher






The Switcher controls both the signal from media equipment to the projector, and the functions of the DVD player.








PROJECTOR NOTES :

  • The projector will be turned on when you select your source, however, you must turn the projector off when done by using the "System Off" button located on the switcher (near the volume knob).
  • The warm-up cycle time for the projector can take as much as 2 minutes to start up and 10 seconds for the light on the projector to start flashing after a source is selected.
  • Hold the "System Off" button for 2-seconds to turn off the projector.
  • When the projector is completely off, the light above the button will become red. This may take 10 seconds.
  • Any attempt to power OFF within the 2 minute Start-Up or Cool-down cycle may crash the system. (The warm-up time is complete when the green light on the projector is no longer blinking.)
  • If needed again, the projector can be powered ON after the 2-minute cool-down cycle.

Document Camera

Document Camera

Document Camera





The document camera can project images of either an opaque piece of paper or a transparency sheet.
Controls for the document camera can be accessed from the room media control at the teacher's station or on the document camera itself.
















Projector

LCD Projector


The projector is located in the middle of the classroom on the ceiling.

Do not operate manually-- use the switcher located in the black Digital Media rack.(Directions below).

You do not need to turn the projector on. It will turn on automatically when you choose your input source (Video, VGA, HDMI, or BluRay)

Please turn the projector off when done (directions below).


TurningPoint Technologies Channel for this Classroom

Channel 72

Troubleshooting

1. NO SOUND
-make sure all auxiliary cables are plugged in and secure.
-check device's sound preferences to see that the correct output is selected.
-restart the equipment you are trying to have sound played from.
2. NO IMAGE PROJECTION
-make sure all VGA and video cables are plugged in and secure.
-On a Laptop: Press CTRL + F8
-restart the equipment you are trying to have sound played from.

Locking Up

Please Remember to:

  1. On the Switcher, press the "System OFF" button to turn Off the projector.
  2. Remove your media and Power Off the media machine used. Power Off your laptop.
  3. Turn the classroom Lights OFF. Shut all Exterior Doors.
  4. Swipe-lock the main door using your URI ID card. The card-reader light will blink green when in locked mode.

Security

Ask students waiting for the next class to remain outside the classroom until their instructor arrives.
As the Instructor, you are responsible for the room's security during your class time, so please lock up!

Additional Room Details

Classroom Information

building Fogarty
room 214
reservation_contact Ian Lester
media_contact Ian Lester
floor_level second
disability classroom, seating
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room_length 26 feet
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ceiling_type cement, drop panel
ceiling_condition good
floor_type carpet
floor_condition good
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stairs yes
stage yes
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window_condition good
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traffic_noise minor
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board_height 4 feet
writing_area 3456 in^2
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seating_type fixed tables, cloth, auditorium, tiered
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ventilation yes
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no_food_sign yes
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overhead_location cart
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mic_location by request
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dynamic_ip yes
gateway 32.124
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usb_connection yes
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