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Adapters: Choosing one to project from your laptop

December 1, 2010 by Doug Worsham

All Macintosh laptops, as well as some PC and netbook computers require video adapters to work with projection equipment. How do you know which mac adapter is right for you?

Consult our laptop adapter guide, with information on the laptop models we see most often in Van Hise. This PDF also shows where students and instructors can go to borrow video adapters.

 

Download the Video Adapter Guide (PDF).

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Projecting: Multiple presentations in one class period

March 2, 2010 by Chad Shorter

If multiple students will give presentations on the same day, there are a couple of options, each with its own advantages and disadvantages, for techincal set up.

Option 1 -- One computer + many thumb drives

Students put their presentations (and media files) on thumb drives.  The instructor reserves an AV Pool laptop and projector (if there isn't one permanentely in the room). Read more »

Projecting from a laptop

January 15, 2009 by Doug Worsham

AV Pool Help Chat - Get Help Now!Setting up

  1. Start with the computer off
  2. Plug in all the cables
  3. Turn on the projector.
  4. Once the projector fan starts running, turn on your computer.

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