UGA Classroom A/V Technology


Classroom technologies and configurations vary from room to room.

Technology today is changing at a rapid pace, and it is important that the classrooms at UGA keep up with the latest technologies to provide the best educational environment for our students. The CTL staff routinely updates the classroom configurations to meet these changing needs.

General Assignment Classrooms Configurations

With over 700 classrooms on the UGA campus, almost all of the general assignment classrooms are equipped with a data projector, computer input, DVD or Blu-ray player. Many of these classrooms have a full complement of AV and data presentation equipment, as well as data and cable television connectivity. All of the 150 CTL supported classrooms and over half of all UGA classrooms have been outfitted with fully digital presentation systems that are critical in meeting current instructional needs.

Equipment in these "media and technology-enhanced classrooms" also will include most or all of the following:

  • Projector for large screen display of all video and computer sources
  • A sound system for program and often voice enhancement
  • Document camera for projection of papers, graphics, small objects
  • Touchscreen control panel of all equipment
  • DVD or Blu-ray player
  • Connectivity for assisted listening devices

Larger classrooms with technology will include

  • Wireless lavalier lapel microphone for instructor voice reinforcement
  • Wireless handheld mic for students or the instructor voice reinforcement
  • Connectivity for assisted listening devices

Special Classroom Configurations

Many of the classrooms have special configurations depending upon the needs of the faculty. To find out the configuration of a specific room, or to find a classroom with the configuration that you need, call (706) 542-3456 for assistance.

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