Classroom and Meeting Room Technology

University Information Services offers a wide range of technology in classrooms and meeting rooms on all of our campuses.  The following handouts list the technology provided in each room.  For more information on the technical capabilities of any room, or to schedule a training in using in-room technology, contact help@pacificu.edu or call the helpdesk at x1500 for Forest Grove or x7243 for Hillsboro.

Classroom and Meeting Room Technology (Forest Grove)

Classroom and Meeting Room Technology (Hillsboro & Eugene)

The front of each podium and audio/visual cabinet may be locked with an Audio/Visual Key (AV Key). Faculty and staff may be issued AV keys from Facilities management. Students needing access to the podiums should contact the Technology Information Center during TIC open hours, or Campus Public Safety after hours.

A typical classroom Smart Podium.

 

Computer Labs

General Use Computer Labs

These are labs maintained by UIS and open to all disciplines. When not in use by a class, these computer labs are open for general use by students, faculty and staff. Software is refreshed on these computers during the Winter and Summer breaks. To request specific software be installed, contact help@pacificu.edu.

Forest Grove Campus

Marsh Hall, Lower Level 12

28 Windows 7 computers (including instructor station)

On-screen projection from instructor station, VCR or laptop, Flatbed scanner

Marsh Hall, Lower Level 15

24 Windows 7 computers (including instructor station)

On-screen projection from instructor station, VCR or laptop, Flatbed scanner

Marsh Hall, Lower Level 21

33 Apple Mac OS 10.6 computers (including instructor station)

On-screen projection from instructor station, VCR/DVD or laptop

Flatbed scanner

Pacific University Library Commons

24 Windows 7 computers

Flatbed scanner

Never scheduled for classes

Pacific University Library Classroom

30 Apple Mac OS 10.6 and Windows XP computers (including instructor station)

On-screen projection from instructor station, VCR or laptop

Open 24 hours

Health Professions Campus

Creighton Hall, Library Commons

8 Windows 7 computers

Flatbed scanner at dedicated scanning station

Never scheduled for classes

If you have any questions or concerns regarding general use labs, or to schedule training with the equipment, please contact the Technology Information Center at 503-352-1500 or help@pacificu.edu.

Departmental Computer Labs

These are labs maintained by academic programs, specifically tailored for use by students of those programs. Generally, these labs are only open to students studying in the given program.

Forest Grove Campus

Berglund Hall, Room 121 - Education Lab

Mac and PC computers

Full Smart instructor podium

Murdock Hall, Room 105 - Chemistry Lab

Mac computers

Price Hall, Room 201 - Mathematics Lab

Mac computers

Scott Hall 100B - Center for Languages & International Collaboration Lab

24 Apple Mac OS 10.6 and Windows XP computers with webcam, audio recording and headsets

inFocus portable whiteboard projector

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Stoller Center, Room 129 - Exercise Science Lab

Mac computers

Stoller Center, Room 136 - Exercise Science Lab

Mac and PC computers

Stoller Center, Room 138 - Exercise Science Lab

Mac computers

Strain Hall, Room 115 - Physics Lab

PC computers

Strain Hall, Room 116 - Physics Lab

Mac computers

Strain Hall, Room 222 - Computer Science Lab

Windows & UNIX computers

Walter Hall, Room B7 - Media Arts Lab

17 Mac computer, including instructor station

On-screen projection from instructor station

2 Epson flatbed scanners
All stations have Final Cut Pro and the Adobe Creative Suite

For more information: geracim@pacificu.edu
Access: Lab is reserved solely for use by Media Arts students and faculty working on course-related projects. Students in the department have 24/7 access unless a class is in session in the lab.

Eugene Campus

Eugene Campus, Lab - Education Lab

Mac and PC computers

Interactive SMART Board projection system