View a collection from the Salvador Dali Museum ... take a seat in a live meeting of the United Nations General Assembly ... Or follow a bicycle expedition through Central American rain forests, discovering why the ancient Mayan civilization fell.
All of this and more is possible via cyberspace from any one of Westminster’s smart classrooms.
What can be done in the Smart Classroom?
- Interact with word processing documents, databases, spreadsheets, graphic presentations, and other types of software
- Access TitanNet (the campus network) and the World Wide Web
- Examine opaque, transparent, and three-dimensional objects
- Interact with media resources such as satellite programs and video conferences, DVDs, video tapes, laser disks, CD-ROMs, compact disks, and audio cassettes
- Audio conference with individuals in remote locations around the world
Technologically Enhanced (Smart) Classrooms can include:
- A lectern based teaching station
- Multimedia Computer on Campus Network and Internet
- High resolution video projection or monitor(s)
- 3D document camera
- VHS/S-VHS player/recorder
- Industrial DVD player
- Laser Disk Player and Bar Code Reader
- Cassette Deck
- High quality Amplifier and Sound System
- Integrated control systems
For more specific information, visit Westminster Audio Visual Services.