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Fall 2008 Survey Results


Question 1

Which best describes your academic role at UCR?

All % of Total
Professor 35 20.7%
Assoc. Professor 9 5.3%
Assist. Professor 10 5.9%
Grad Student 68 40.2%
Lecturer 47 27.8%
Totals 169 100.0%

Question 2

Did the available technology (projector, sound system, document camera, etc.) in the classroom meet your pedagogical needs?

All % of Total Professor Assoc Professor Assist Professor Lecturer Grad Student
Completely 110 62.9% 28 5 5 32 40
Mostly 54 30.9% 11 4 4 12 23
Partially 11 6.3% 2 0 1 3 5
Not at all 0 0.0% 1 0 0 0 0
Totals 175 100.0% 41 9 10 47 68

93.8% of respondents answered either Completely or Mostly.

Question 3

What additional technology would be needed to fully address your pedagogical needs?

  • View respondents' remarks.

    Additional Technology Comments

    Academic Role

    Classroom

    Full Name

    Comment

    Assoc. Professor Sproul 2355 C.A Tyler A Document Camera would be nice
    Lecturer INTN 2134 Sproul 2365 Kristine Beach Document viewer
    Professor Anonymous N/A
    Lecturer HMNSS 1404 HMNSS 1403 Terry Spaise N/A
    Lecturer Sproul Hall Kathleen Knight Document Camera or an overhead projector
    Professor STATS B650 Pierce 3367 Anonymous N/A
    Lecturer HMNSS 1502 HMNSS 157 Sproul 2212 Lash Keith Vance LCD projector and screen for HMNSS 1103 for frequent workshops that we hold there, especially for training of TA's and new lecturers!!
    Lecturer INTN 1020 Clyde L. Webster N/A
    Grad Student Spieth 1222 Anonymous Technology, but It's super basic and important.
    Assist. Professor Life Sciences 1500 Anonymous It would be nice to be able to use both a powerpoint projector AND either the overhead projector or chalk board.
    Lecturer Bourns B118 Judy Okamura I would like to be able to use a screen to project separate image such as a pediodic table
    Lecturer Sproul Hall Linda Braatz-Brown Did not have a document camera. This would be a terrific teaching tool!
    Professor Life Sciences 1500 Deborah Wong Better speakers
    Lecturer Anonymous Overhead projector was needed
    Professor Watkins 2240 Juan Felipe Herrera Better speakers
    Grad Student ENGR 2 Anonymous Not always working
    Grad Student LSP 2480 OLMH 1126 Sproul 1358 Anonymous Better board space, preferably white boards.
    Lecturer HMNSS 1405 Dana Reupert N/A
    Assoc. Professor HMNSS 1501 Theda Shapiro Code free DVD player
    Assoc. Professor LSP 1500 INTN 2002 Laura Zanello At some point, vadeo casting could be quite helpful, specially for Bio 5A
    Professor Watkins 1000 Christopher Amrhin Working light. The audience adjustable lighting has completely died and physical plants says thy cant find anyone to fix it.
    Lecturer Bourns B118 STATS B650 STATS 2674 Anonymous Nice document cameras in all classrooms like the one placed in Bourns B118 last quarter
    Professor PHYS 2000 William Okamura A second document camera (rather than brin in an Elmo)
    Grad Student ENGR 2 143 INTN 1020 Javier Santiago Ortiz Correa LCD monitors
    Grad Student Speith OLMH HMNSS Pierce Anonymous Adaptors for Mac computers. Most of professors and TA's that I know use Macs.
    Lecturer UNLH 1000 HMNSS 1503 Sandwip Das The white board in HMNSS 1503 is often messed up with writing that can not be erased. Enough markers should be provided so that the teachers do not use the wrong marker.
    Grad Student Spieth 2200 Anonymous Adapters for Mac Laptops.
    Professor INTN 1020 Tom Morton Chalkboard
    Assoc. Professor Watkins 1101 Yang Ye Need device to turn pages of powerpoint files while walking around in classroom. Better one that also has a laser pointer.
    Professor Boyce Hall 1471 Mike Stanghellini Chalk usually completely lacking: put in new boards not requiring chalk
    Assoc. Professor LFSC 1500 Kevin Esterling Previous use never replace the wireless mouse in the cradle; the mic was often left on so the batteries ran out; the clicker receptors were very unreliable (which was a major problem since clicker participation was part of their grade, and some students s
    Grad Student Watkins 2141 Anonymous Maybe an audience response system (clickers)
    Assist. Professor Sproul 1340 Geoff Cohen DVD player which worked
    Professor UNLH 1000 Sally Ness Tehnology that worked consistently
    Lecturer Watkins 1000 Carol Jones Need help figuring out the lighting
    Lecturer Watkins 2141 Watkins 2240 Anonymous 2240 really should have a white board; chalkboardis very difficutl to use.
    Lecturer ENGR 2 141 John Master The particulr DVD player in that room did not play subtiltles--the DVDs both worked fine in other classrooms. So it's the machine
    Grad Student ENG 141 Noel  Marino Chair for the desk in the front of the classroom
    Lecturer 2343 Ernesto Mendez Document reader
    Assoc. Professor Watkins 1000 Keith Harris I still on an occasion have a use for laser disc but now I know I can request one.
    Grad Student Sproul 2356 Anonymous I would have really liked a projector; the optical kind/digital that puts an image of your paper up on the screen rather than needing a transparency.
    Grad Student Watkins 2141 OLMH 1126 Anonymous Overhead projector
    Grad Student Bourns B118 Anonymous Would like to be able to project different things on different screen as INTN, UNLH, etc.
    Assist. Professor UNHL 1000 Anonymous The technology was there but not dependable
    Grad Student HMNSS 1400 PHYS 2111 Anonymous maybe separate wireless mouse/device/thing to advance powerpoint and like in the smaller classrooms--like the kind they have in lecture halls.
    Professor Life Science 1500 Anonymous I ran into a few problems in that I created my powerpoint slides on my Mac and inserted some images, however, these images did not show up when I  used is share to show the slides
    Assist. Professor HMNSS 1403 Pierce 3374 Anonymous In the room in Pierce, there were problems with the DVD player. Both rooms lack remote controls and had problems in transmitting images.
    Assist. Professor INTN 1121 James Tobias The mic's batteries weren't replaced when asked
    Professor HMNSS 1501 Anonymous Device to write on which will show up on the projector, preferably as a completment to the powerpoint slides. An electronic version of the old transparency projectors.
    Grad Student OLMH 1122 Anonymous The projector needs to start up more quickly
    Grad Student OLMH 1123 Anonymous AV ports to bring in outside equipment such as videogame systems
    Assist. Professor Wat 2141 Anonymous Overhead Projector
    Grad Student Sproul 2339 sprl 2351 sprl 2361 Jennifer Chmilar Easy attachment of my ipod to the speakers
    Lecturer HMNSS 1406 SPR 2212 OLM 1126 Anonymous Computers In the classroom would be nice
    Professor Speith 1500 Sproul 1340 Mark Springer Only problem was occasional equipment failure in LS 1500
    Grad Student OLMH 1126 Anonymous Doc Camera
    Lecturer OLMH 1132 HMNSS 1404 Gray Scott pedagogical needs? I had a lot of difficulty getting DVDs to play in the DVD players AND in the desktop computers. Sometimes neither worked. I've never had to notify tech support so many times before.
    Professor HMNSS 1403 Anonymous Twice the computer wouldn’t light up

Question 4

Overall, have your classroom technology needs been satisfactorily met this quarter?

All % of Total Professor Assoc Professor Assist Professor Lecturer Grad Student
Completely 100 57.8% 26 3 4 30 37
Mostly 64 37.0% 12 6 6 13 27
Partially 9 5.2% 3 0 0 3 3
Not at all 0 0.0% 1 0 0 0 0
Totals 173 100.0% 41 9 10 46 67

94.8% of respondents answered either Completely or Mostly.

Question 5

Are you aware of faculty development support services (e.g. Workshops, Luncheons, instructional design assistance) that are available to help UCR faculty increase the use of instructional technology?

All % of Total Professor Assoc Professor Assist Professor Lecturer Grad Student
Completely 50 29.2% 20 3 4 12 11
Mostly 62 36.3% 9 6 5 21 21
Partially 38 22.2% 8 0 1 9 20
Not at all 21 12.3% 2 0 0 5 13
Totals 171 100.0% 39 9 10 47 65

65.5% of respondents answered either Completely or Mostly.

Question 6

How frequent is your need for a "Smart Classroom" (i.e. a classroom with a permanent projection device, Internet connection, speakers, and multimedia capabilities; 100% indicates using the technology every lecture)?

All % of Total Professor Assoc Professor Assist Professor Lecturer Grad Student
100% 80 47.1% 19 5 6 24 26
75% 44 25.9% 8 3 1 12 20
50% 247 14.1% 3 0 1 8 12
25% 11 6.5% 5 0 0 1 5
Less than 25% 9 5.3% 5 1 0 0 3
Never 2 1.2% 0 0 1 0 1
Totals 170 100.0% 40 9 9 45 67

72.1% of respondents answered either Completely or Mostly.

Question 7

How frequent is your need for a "computer classroom" (i.e. a classroom with a computer for every student or for a number of small groups of students, in addition to "smart classroom" capabilities)?

All % of Total Professor Assoc Professor Assist Professor Lecturer Grad Student
100% 20 11.8% 5 0 3 3 9
75% 5 2.9% 0 0 1 2 2
50% 15 8.8% 7 0 1 1 1
25% 23 13.5% 3 1 0 9 10
Less than 25% 39 22.9% 12 4 1 10 12
Never 68 40% 18 4 1 17 28
Totals 170 100.0% 41 9 9 46 65

Question 8

Do you have a "course web page" in Blackboard or a departmental/personal web site for your students with information on your course, syllabi, and requirements?

All % of Total Professor Assoc Professor Assist Professor Lecturer Grad Student
Yes, extensive Blackboard use 125 73.1% 31 6 7 36 45
Yes, limited blackboard use 36 21.1% 5 2 2 9 18
Yes, other web site 3 1.8% 3 0 0 0 0
No 7 4.1% 2 1 0 2 2
Totals 171 100.0% 41 9 9 47 65

94.2% of respondents answered either Completely or Mostly.

Question 9

Do you use the above web site to present material to your students while in the classroom?

All % of Total Professor Assoc Professor Assist Professor Lecturer Grad Student
Yes, extensively 45 25.9% 8 2 2 17 16
Yes, but limited 65 37.4% 7 5 7 16 30
No, not at all 49 28.2% 20 1 0 11 17
I did not know I could do that 10 5.7% 5 0 0 3 2
Did not answer 5 2.9% 0 0 0 0 1
Totals 137 100.0% 40 8 9 47 66

Question 10

Did the instructions in the media cabinet and the materials available on the website (http://classrooms.ucr.edu) provide the information you needed to use the equipment in the classroom?

All % of Total Professor Assoc Professor Assist Professor Lecturer Grad Student
Completely 36 36.6% 20 3 3 15 22
Mostly 52 30.2% 11 3 4 17 17
Partially 18 10.5% 5 2 1 3 7
Not at all 4 2.3% 3 0 0 0 1
Unaware of material 35 20.3% 2 1 1 12 19
Did not answer 0 0.0% 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 172 100.0% 41 9 9 47 66

66.8% of respondents answered either Completely or Mostly.

Question 11

Did you find the HELP button on the multimedia controller helpful and was technical support provided in a timely manner?

All % of Total Professor Assoc Professor Assist Professor Lecturer Grad Student
Completely 93 58.8% 25 6 4 25 33
Mostly 39 24.5% 9 1 3 11 15
Partially 13 8.2% 3 1 1 2 6
Not at all 14 8.8% 2 0 0 3 9
Totals 159 100.0% 39 8 8 41 63

83% of respondents answered either Completely or Mostly.

Question 12

If you used the audience response system (clickers) in the classroom, what one thing (positive or negative) about its use merits comments?

  • View respondents' remarks.
    Clicker Comments
    Academic Role Classroom Full Name Comments
    Assoc. Professor Sproul 2355 C.A Tyler Negative: Cost; students complain
    Lecturer UNLH Rob Lam N/A
    Professor ENGR 138 David Lo Please have an Instructional Technology Consultant contact me to discuss how I can further use technology in my teaching.
    Lecturer INTN 2134 Sproul 2365 Kristine Beach N/A
    Lecturer HMNSS 1404 HMNSS 1403 Terry Spaise Did not use
    Lecturer Watkins 1000 Angela Keller Yes, would use them again because they encourage student attendance and participation, BUT, IR receptors are very difficult for the students to hit (particularly from the back of the class), and the H-iTT software is not the best. Particularly, the lack o
    Lecturer HMNSS 1502 HMNSS 157 Sproul 2212 Lash Keith Vance N/A
    Lecturer Sproul Hall Linda Braatz-Brown Did not use. Would be interested in in this tool.
    Professor Life Sciences 1500 Deborah Wong When it doesn't work, chaos results!
    Grad Student Sproul 2340 Anonymous Some students complained that the recepter didn’t pick up  their signals.
    Assoc. Professor LSP 1500 INTN 2002 Laura Zanello Students complaint that the signal from some devices was not received.
    Watkins 1101 ENG 2 138 Life Science 1500 UNLH 1000 Anonymous Clickers cheaply made, buttons faulty or capricious
    Professor PHYS 2000 William Okamura Useful suplement to lectre
    Professor Bourns A125 David Malueg Some students still have trouble getting their clickers to show up when they answer questions
    Professor Bourns A125 David Malueg Some students still have trouble getting their clickers to show upwhen they answer questions.
    Assist. Professor Watkins 1000 Anonymous A number of students claimed that their responses didn’t register-borne out by the scores that they received (i.e. a large number of  'no responses') and I have verification that the students in question were present for the majority of classes.
    Assoc. Professor LFSC 1500 Kevin Esterling See above, it was something of a nighmare dealing with the flood of student complaints that the receptors were unreliable.
    Professor UNLH 1000 Sally Ness It helped create better rapport between the lecturer and the students
    Grad Student INTN 1020 HMNSS 1403 HMNSS 1402 Anonymous A better way fr students to few their clickers numbers so they know at the moment that their clickers worked.
    Grad Student INTN 2134 INTN 1125 INTN 1134 INTN 2136 Anonymous The light control need to be better. Some lights make it hard to see the board.
    Assist. Professor INTN 1121 James Tobias Students do seem to focus when using them in a feedback session
    Professor Sproul 1208 Brad Hyman If used repeatedly, lose significant lecture time over a quarter (up to two lectures)
    Grad Student ENGR 138 Anonymous This room is very up-to-date with the touchscreen interface, I have no complaints.
    Professor Anonymous Considering the rip-off price charged for the clickers, they could at least have a low battery warning. UCR should either stop participating in this ripoff altogether, force the price down or demand a much better product for the price.
    Lecturer HMNSS 1406 INTN 1134 Don Jobe everything was excellent
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    Additional Comments

    Academic Role

    Classroom

    Full Name

    Additional Comments

    Professor INTN 1020 Katheleen Montgomery Please have an Instructunal Technology consultant contact me to discuss hos I can further use technology in my teaching.
    Assoc. Professor Sproul 2355 C.A Tyler My equipment didn't always work in 2355: the VCR had to be removed during the midterm, which totally freaked out the students. And the sound didn’t work--you could only get it to go up three clicks and then the knob twirled loosely and the volume remained
    Assist. Professor INTS 1020 Jennifer Najera Please have an Instructional Technology Consultant contact me to discuss how I can further use technology in my teaching.
    Lecturer UNLH Rob Lam One or more projectors were out of order for over  a week. AT one point two projectors were not working so I cannot use the smartboard and PC simultaneously. The smart boards need adjustments/alignments badly.
    Lecturer INTN 2134 Sproul 2365 Kristine Beach Please have an Instructional Technology Consultant contact me to discuss how I can further use technology in my teaching.
    Professor Anonymous Please do not have the projection screen unroll directly in the middle of the board. This is the set up in almost all classrooms. It is very inconvenient when the whiteboard is required to augment the projected material. It means that the projector must b
    Lecturer HMNSS 1404 HMNSS 1403 Terry Spaise Please have an Instructional Technology Consultant contact me to discuss how I can further use technology in my teaching.
    Lecturer Sproul Hall Kathleen Knight I would like to learn the Blackboard function. I want to do some on-line chats to discuss some of the articles that we read. In addition could you please email my UCR email address so I can put it on my syllabus.
    Lecturer Watkins 1000 Angela Keller I would prefer NOT to have wireless covereage in the lecture halls It's typically not necessary and often distracting.
    Lecturer HMNSS 1502 HMNSS 157 Sproul 2212 Lash Keith Vance I would like more information on the "clicker" system as well as ways of integrating into classroom intruciton.
    Grad Student Spieth 1222 Natalie Winslow Always appreciated the quick response when I had to use the help button phone.
    Lecturer Spieth 2200 Anonymous I don’t use the clicker because they are very expensive for the studnets to purchase. The media staff are getting better and better with making the rooms ready to go and easy to use. Only problem I occasionally have is that the remote mouse has not been p
    Lecturer Sproul Hall Linda Braatz-Brown Was not aware of the "help" button. Generally have problem solved with help of students.
    Professor Life Sciences 1500 Deborah Wong Please have an Instructional Technology consultant contact me to discuss how I can further use technology in my teaching.
    STATS B650 Augustine Kposowa Please have an Instructional Technology consultant contact me to discuss how I can further use technology in my teaching.
    Life Sciences 1500 Shoon Lio Last quarter I had technical difficulties using laptop with the system. Sometimes there wasn’t any audio. Also, I had difficulties playing a quicktime clip embedded in my powerpoint presentations. Sometimes the clip didn’t play through the projector.
    Professor HMNSS 1501 Anonymous HMNSS 1501 has a media cabinet that at times is difficult to navigate, since ti's hard to read the DVD buttons (low and without adequate light) and because use of the camera projector requires lots of pluggins cables in.
    Professor Watkins 2240 Juan Felipe Herrera Excellent Staff. Thank You! Please have an Instructional Technology consultant contact me to discuss how I can further use technology in my teaching.
    Grad Student LSP 2480 OLMH 1126 Sproul 1358 Anonymous I didn’t teach a lab last quarter (I had discussions) but hahaving a computer with a projec in the lab rooms for biology would be really useful. I would like to give  quick powerpoint intros into lab materials and be able to show students how to use Excel
    Lecturer HMNSS 1405 Dana Reupert Thank you for excellent technological suppoer, especially from Dr. Leo Schouest, Micheal Jakic, and Julio.
    Professor Watkins 1000 Christopher Amrhin The lighting in 1000 is a mess. In fact, the whole room needs to be redone. The rolling chalk boards and fold-out white boards are difficult to use effectively. I rarely use the writing boards but I have seen what a problem they are.
    Watkins 1101 ENG 2 138 Life Science 1500 UNLH 1000 Anonymous Media people are the best-always there, always on time, friendly and professional-that and Rivera Library staff are the best on campus.
    Professor STAT B650 Eugene Nothnagel Generally all went well. The only significant problem occurred with lost communication between my laptop and the LCD projector, which turned out to be a bad cable connecting the laptop to the podium
    Professor Wakins 1000 Conrad Rudolph I realized that you do not consider this to be your area of responsibility, but it must be someone's. no one is responsible for prividing a good lectern and reading lamp in watkins 1000. The lectern in there was brought by me, from Art History, and my TA'
    Professor Bourns A125 David Malueg I needed to move out of Watkins 1000 at the beginning of the quarter. That classroom was horrible for my lectures, which require extensive blackboad/whiteboard use.
    Grad Student INTN 2136 OLMH 1212 Anonymous I would have used the computer classroom much more if such functionality had been made available. Internet capability and projectors are vital to my classroom teaching. While technology is there, the classroom layouts, especially in older rooms like the o
    Grad Student Spieth 2200 Anonymous Given the fact that apple is the #1 supplier of laptops in higher education in the US and that most professors (especially visiting professors) use macs why don’t we have adapter in every 'smart' classroom? It is embarrassing when a seminar is delayed bec
    Professor Speith 1222 Alicia Arrizon Thank you. Please have an Instructional Technology consultant contact me to discuss how I can further use technology in my teaching
    Professor INTN 1020 Tom Morton The smart boards in INTN 1020 were completely inadequate--poorly calibrated and occasionally unusable. The Monday after the Thanksgiving weeekend the system did not work at all! Because there is no ability to back up the electronic media with the chalboard
    Assoc. Professor Watkins 1101 Yang Ye See above: a remote controller with laser pointer to turn pages of powerpint file is very desirable. I checked in the closet but didn’t find one in that classroom. Without such a device the instructor is tied to the mouse on the front side of the classroo
    Lecturer Surge 171 Boyce Hall 1471 OLMH 421 Anonymous Please have an Instructional Technology consultant contact me to discuss how I can further use technology in my teaching
    Assoc. Professor LFSC 1500 Kevin Esterling While I did have a number of problems, the media services staff was always *very* responsive. I would call on the help line and someone was always there within a few minutes. Please have an Instructional Technology consultant contact me to discuss how I
    Lecturer INTN 1020 Anonymous The smart board is a great idea, but it workds poorly. Sensors for the pens and erasers sometimes work sometimes don’t. the most problems I had is that the smart board cannot accurately translate what I wrote on the board. A circle would look deformed, an
    Professor UNLH 1000 Sally Ness The equipment was not reliable and help was not reliably available in UNLH. It was frustrating to set up a class expecting to be able to do certain things and have the class fall apart because the equipment didn’t work, and no one answered the phone when
    Grad Student INTN 1132 Anonymous Please have an Instructional Technology consultant contact me to discuss how I can further use technology in my teaching
    Professor UNLH 1000 Roger Ransom There are some minor problems with the projectors that need attention. I also wish that the sound system did not depend on the last screen instructions. I frequently change the two outside screens (which do not need sound) and it was annoying to have the
    Lecturer Watkins 2141 Watkins 2240 Anonymous Both classrooms provided me with the technology I needed and I have no technical issues. However, as a noted, the blackboard in Watkins 2240 was difficult to see and write on. Whiteboard is very much preferred!
    Professor Surge 171 Walid Najjar The projectors or computers did not work properly about 20% of the time. Please have an Instructional Technology consultant contact me to discuss how I can further use technology in my teaching
    Grad Student ENG 141 Noel  Marino Please have an Instructional Technology consultant contact me to discuss how I can further use technology in my teaching
    Grad Student OLMH 1133 INTN 1130 LSP 2428 Anonymous PC's should have better virus protection. One computer (OLMH 1133) was infected with a trojan, which was transferred onto my flash drive. Please have an Instructional Technology consultant contact me to discuss how I can further use technology in my teaching
    Professor Bourns B118 Leland Y. Wilson Regarding #11 above, I am interpreting that as the phone in the room with the 21045 number. I had to call a few times for media help. Once I had to use the for a student. I was directed to Student Health which told me to call 911.
    Lecturer 2343 Ernesto Mendez Please have an Instructional Technology consultant contact me to discuss how I can further use technology in my teaching
    Assoc. Professor Watkins 1000 Keith Harris The location of the media cabinet in Watkins 1000 makes the use of the equipment difficult sometime. The location of the cabinet, between the curtain and the white board, makes it almost impossible to see the screen when cuing up tapes or making chapter s
    Grad Student ENG 2 Anonymous I often found the media center was not unlocked. There was one time that one key did not work. The key was a new copy.
    Grad Student Bourns B118 Anonymous Could not turn off all of the lights while showing a fil. Also, instructions should be put in the cabinet for using the audio system. Which channels controls which device.
    Grad Student INTS 1130 Anonymous The one thing I found inconvenient is the use of the electronic touchscreen key pad for controlling the media systems. I have small fingers, but it was often difficult for me even to touch the correct keys to get the system to work smoothly the first time
    Grad Student HMNSS 1400 PHYS 2111 Anonymous On the whole I didn’t have any problems being able to access and use my powerpoints, which was the primary activity I used these for.
    Grad Student Watkins 1000 Candace McGowan The response when we needed assistance or had an equipment problem (mike that wouldn’t work) was amazingly fast and efficient and lifesaving!
    Professor 2418 Life Science Rebecca Kuge The students who are much more technologically literate than I am, did most of the work using the media systems. They did a great job and so a lot of my job satisfactions is due to them.
    Assist. Professor INTN 1121 James Tobias INTS 1121, with its dual projector set-up, was perfect for my media-intensive class.  I would put up my lecture notes on one screen (beyond using iLearn, that is) and have a film clip or web site on the other -- the result was that I feel students got a v
    Lecturer INTN 1020 Fay I was the first instructor in this classroom every Tuesday and Thursday and yet the markers for the smartboards were often depleted. And sometimes one of the smartboards wouldn't work. One was not calibrated correctly for much of the quarter. But the resp
    Professor Sproul 1208 Brad Hyman Thanks for all the help
    Grad Student Wat 1117 OLMH 1126 Yingjun Luo The computer and projector in room OLMN 1126 are not always stably working.
    Lecturer 1123 OLMH Jeannie Shinozuka i had one incident where someone turned off the keyboard function and i had to call in for technological help, but otherwise, everything went smoothly.  you may want to figure out a way to prevent incidents like the above form happening again (maybe this
    Grad Student INTN 1134 Jack Beckham You guys are great!
    Grad Student 2136 Anonymous Making the INTS building users aware of the link for classroom instructions (e.g. multimedia codes, etc.) at the beginning of the year would have been very helpful. Otherwise, all went well.
    INTN 2130 Kylie Phillips The system worked really well. Whenever I did have a problem, there was always assistance. The people were very helpful.
    Assoc. Professor PHYS 2000 SPRL 2340 Susan Zieger Overall the media support was great. Once, the lamp was burned out in a projector in Sproul, which interfered with a lecture. And, some students have reported trouble downloading podcasts from lectures in Phys 2000. Otherwise it was fairly smooth sailing.
    Grad Student OLMH 1123 Anonymous DVD player in Olmstead 1123 quit on me. It might need to be checked out.
    Lecturer SPR 2212 Anonymous Thanks guys
    Grad Student SPR 1404 Anonymous Please have an Instructional Technology consultant contact me to discuss how I can further use technology in my teaching
    INTN 1130 HUM 1406 SPPR ? Kim Turner The staff at Media services are incredibly helpful!
    Assoc. Professor Sproul 2343 HMNSS 1492 Anonymous HMNSS 1402 equipment worked perfectly (altho boy is that cabinet door hard to lock!) SPRL 2343 I had consistent trouble getting the videoplayer to work, altho the DVD player worked easily.
    Lecturer OLMH 1132 HMNSS 1404 Gray Scott I made this comment above, but in case it doesn't fit there, I'll make it again: I had a lot of difficulty getting DVDs to play in the DVD players AND in the desktop computers. Sometimes neither worked. I've never had to notify tech support so many times
    Professor Anonymous Please have an Instructional Technology consultant contact me to discuss how I can further use technology in my teaching Yes
    Lecturer HMNSS 1406 HMNSS 1402 INTN 1125 Anonymous The overhead projectors need to be checked more often. One projector in INTS 1125 and in HMNSS 1046 are blurry.
    Grad Student Pierce Anonymous The equipment in the classroom often did not work. The technical team was in my class almost every week, though, issues with the DVD were never solved. The support team also did not know anything about international DVD codes and was not able to help me s
    Lecturer HMNSS 1406 INTN 1134 Don Jobe I am completely satisfied
    Lecturer Sprl 1358 HMNSS 1404 Craig Kinzer Thanks so much for the professional support.
    Lecturer IHMNNS 1404 INTN 2132 OLMH 1126 OLMH 1212 Jessica Guns The Media Resources staff is always very quick!
    Professor HMNSS 1403 Anonymous Great staff with prompt assistance when technology failed.
    Lecturer HMNSS  1402 INTN 2134 Christine Duverge I am always impressed with the personel. Every time that I had problems they were fixed immediately. You are very approachable, efficient and you keep your promise. EX: I needed a DVD remote control for my teaching and it was in the classroom by my next c
    Lecturer Sproul 1358 Sproul 2364 David Martinez I couldn't figure out how to navigate menu on dated DVD player in 1358. It is a dated laserdisc/DVD combo that apparently requires a remote control for full accessibility.

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