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Tech Tools

Tech Tools

Click on any of the following icons to learn about SULC tech tools

Wifi_LogoWireless Internet Access Wireless_Printing_LogoWireless Printing Password Reset LogoReset Password Email LogoAccess SULC Email Microsoft Office Suite Logo1Get MS Office setup_presentation_logoPresentation Setup
Microsoft Office Suite Logo1Basic AV Desktop PC ImageClassroom PC

Wifi_LogoWireless Internet Access

Access to the wireless network is provided to all members of the SULC community and guests through the SSIDs available throughout the campus.  From your wireless device, select the SSID that best suites your classification and needs.  A brief description of each SSID is offered below:

(SULC) -Secured access for all Faculty, Staff, and Students to SULC internal resources.  This SSID is accessible by logging in with your SULC username and password.

(SULC-Guest) – Open guest access with limited bandwidth for accessing internet resources.

(SULC-Sponsored) – Secured access for guest lecturers, presentations, and seminars at the Law Center sponsored by a full-time staff or faculty members.  The Pre-Shared Key for this SSID will change on a monthly basis.  Authorized personnel will have access to the current and or future password for this network and can distribute this to guests that are sponsored.

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 Wireless Printing

SULC offers students a method to wirelessly print onto designated printers within the Law Center library while connected the SULC network.

To use the service, you must download and install the Pharos Printing Package to your laptop.  Choose the option that fits the operating system of your laptop.

Wireless printing for Windows – Click HERE

Wireless printing for Mac (Apple) – See the following instructions

Obtain the software package HERE

Double-click this file to create a new disk image. This disk image contains the installer, “Popup.pkg”

Double-click the installer and follow prompts to complete installation.

After submitted a print job to the newly installed printer, visit a Print Release Station in either computer lab to release the submitted print job.

You may add additional funds to your account by visiting the Add Value Station located in the Law Library.

Go to Library under Quick Links to learn more about wireless printing, and any costs.

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Resetting Your SULC Password

To reset your SULC password, click the button Password Reset Logo and follow the instructions.

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Access SULC Emails on Your Smartphone

Choose the instruction guide for the operating system associated with your smartphone.

iPhone or iPad Setup

Android Setup

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Download and Install Microsoft Office

As a member of the SULC community, you have access to the Microsoft Office suite along with many other Online Microsoft Offerings.

To download and install the current version of Microsoft Office Suite or access any other Online Microsoft Offerings:

Click here to login and select Office 365.

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AV Icon      Basic Classroom Audio Visual Equipment

All classrooms have a standard audiovisual setup that includes the following:

Dropdown screen and/or flat panel displays

Ceiling mounted projector

Document camera

Desktop computer connected to the network and internet

Wireless network access

A connection (VGA and/or HDMI) to accommodate connecting laptops to the projection system.

Self-Service Approach

The setup is designed as a self-service system.  That is to say, it can be operated by the end-user community without  intervention by IT professional resources.

Making AV Work

Controlling many of the classroom audio visual components is a matter of pressing the correct button.

In each classroom, AV components are controlled by a panel located atop each lectern called a cubby.

Please note the following images

Scroll down and find the cubby image that matches your classroom

Cubby 4

PC/LAP – Will cause the projection screen to drop, projector to turn on, and then will display whatever is on the desktop computer screen onto the projection screen.

Laptop option:  If you plan to use a laptop instead of the classroom desktop, simply plug the laptop into the VGA or HDMI connection found on the lectern.  Once plugged in, the AV system will automatically display the laptop screen onto the projection screen.

Does the term ‘VGA’ or ‘HDMI’ sound unfamiliar?  If so, please contact the Information Technology Department for consultation.

D.CAM – Will display the contents under the document camera onto the projection screen.

VOL buttons – Will adjust the volume of the speakers in the classroom.

Notes:

If you intent to show a video, you must also ensure that the volume on the media player or streaming service (e.g. YouTube) is properly adjusted. Otherwise, you may not hear anything or the volume will be unusually low.

If you’re not sure what the above paragraph means, contact the Information Technology Department for consultation.

Sound level is also controlled by the quality of the recording.

OFF – Turns off the AV system

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C ubby 1

PC/LAP C.CAM – Will cause the projection screen to drop, projector to turn on and then will display whatever is on the desktop computer screen onto the projection screen.

Laptop option:  If you plan to use a laptop instead of the classroom desktop, simply plug the laptop into the VGA or HDMI connection found on the lectern.  Once plugged in, the AV system will automatically display the laptop screen onto the projection screen. To utilize the desktop, simply, unplug the laptop from the VGA or HDMI connection.

Does the term ‘VGA’ or ‘HDMI’ sound unfamiliar?  If so, please contact the Information Technology Department for consultation.

D.CAM option:  If you plan to use the classroom document camera, simply turn on the camera.  The AV system will automatically display the document camera image onto the projection screen.  To return to the laptop or PC image, simply turn off the document camera.

VOL buttons – Will adjust the volume of the speakers in the classroom.

Notes:

If you intent to show a video, you must also ensure that the volume on the media player or streaming service (e.g. YouTube) is properly adjusted. Otherwise, you may not hear anything or the volume will be unusually low.

If you’re not sure what the above paragraph means, contact the Information Technology Department for consultation.

Sound level is also controlled by the quality of the recording.

SYSTEM OFF – Turns off the AV system

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Cubby 3

PC – Will cause the projection screen to drop, projector to turn on and then will display whatever is on the desktop computer screen onto the projection screen.

LAPTOP – If you plan to use a laptop instead of the classroom desktop, simply plug the laptop into the VGA or HDMI connection found on the lectern.  Then, press the LAPTOP button to display the laptop screen image onto the projection screen.

Does the term ‘VGA’ or ‘HDMI’ sound unfamiliar?  If so, please contact the Information Technology Department for consultation.

D.CAM   Pressing the document camera button turns on the document camera and projects whatever is under the camera onto the projection screen.

VOL buttons – Will adjust the volume of the speakers in the classroom.

Notes:

If you intent to show a video, you must also ensure that the volume on the media player or streaming service (e.g. YouTube) is properly adjusted. Otherwise, you may not hear anything or the volume will be unusually low.

If you’re not sure what the above paragraph means, contact the Information Technology Department for consultation.

Sound level is also controlled by the quality of the recording.

OFF – Turns off the AV system

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Cubby 2

PC – Will cause the projection screen to drop, projector to turn on and then will display whatever is on the desktop computer screen onto the projection screen.

A. LECT – If you plan to use a laptop instead of the classroom desktop, simply plug the laptop into the VGA or HDMI connection found on the lectern.  Then, press the LAPTOP button to display the laptop screen image onto the projection screen.

Does the term ‘VGA’ or ‘HDMI’ sound unfamiliar?  If so, please contact the Information Technology Department for consultation.

VOL buttons – Will adjust the volume of the speakers in the classroom.

Notes:

If you intent to show a video, you must also ensure that the volume on the media player or streaming service (e.g. YouTube) is properly adjusted. Otherwise, you may not hear anything or the volume will be unusually low.

If you’re not sure what the above paragraph means, contact the Information Technology Department for consultation.

Sound level is also controlled by the quality of the recording.

OFF – Turns off the AV system

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Desktop PC Image    Classroom PC

Each classroom has a desktop computer.  In most cases, you can gain access to the computer from within the classroom lectern.

What Can I Do With The Computer

The computer is connected to the school network, to the internet, and to the classroom audio visual system.

It also contains a full version of the Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.).  So, as an example, you may also show documents, PowerPoint presentations, and Excel spreadsheets.

You may also view PDFs, stream videos in formats such as MP3 and MP4, and stream most videos from internet sites such as YouTube.

Who Can User the Computer

Any active member of the SULC community (student, staff, or faculty) with an SULC email account may login to the computer.

To login, simply enter your user name (e.g. jane_doe), and then your password.  Then, press the ENTER key.

What Happens When You Login

If it’s your first time logging into the classroom computer, or it’s been a long time since you last used it, the computer will take some time to setup the operating environment for your account.  If you use the computer regularly, the login process will be faster.

Once logged-in, you should have access to the internet, be able to load and run presentations, documents, PDFs spreadsheets, etc. from a USB drive, or access files from your ‘U’ drive.

If the last sentence sounds a bit strange, please contact the IT department for consultation.

What About Guest Speakers/Lecturers Who Need Use the Computer But Don’t Have An Account

Simple, you, a student, another faculty or staff member can login using their account.  Once logged-in, the speaker may then use the computer under that account.

When finished, don’t forget to logout.

What If I Have An Event With Several Speakers and Several Of Them Have PowerPoints or Other Documents To Display on the Computer

Simple, ask the speakers with presentations or documents to send those to you by email or other means.  You can then load them to your ‘U’ drive and access them from the classroom using your account.

If the last paragraph sounds unfamiliar to you, please contact the Information Technology Department for consultation.

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