Classroom Technology for Teaching

Emmanuel has 100% of all teaching spaces configured with an audio/visual system to meet the needs of the Emmanuel community.

Emmanuel's classrooms contain some of the latest technology for presentations, lectures and educational videos. Each room is equipped with a control panel to manage the visual system (projector/display), an audio system, a classroom PC computer, and both VGA and HDMI laptop connections. Additionally, many rooms are equipped with other technologies such as document cameras, DVD/VCR combo or DVD players, and more.

For laptops that require connections other than VGA or HDMI, faculty are encouraged to bring an appropriate adapter. Adapters and PowerPoint clickers can be loaned to faculty on a short-term basis if necessary.

All classrooms have a visual system (projector/display), audio system, computer, and DVD player by default.  Spaces that have additional technology (larger 80" displays, document cameras, dual displays, etc.) can be requested through the Registrar's Office during their class scheduling process.

Our audio/visual systems use the video standard connections of VGA (all spaces) and HDMI (specific rooms). If planning to use a laptop or tablet with our systems, ensure you bring the correct adapter for compatibility with VGA or HDMI connections.

To request a specific classroom technology configuration, please contact the Registrar's Office.

The Office of the Registrar is located in the Administration Building, Room 340.

Phone: 617-735-9960
Fax: 617-264-7705
E-mail: regmail@emmanuel.edu

Operational Hours: Monday through Thursday, 8:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

For more information regarding room reservation policy and procedures, please use the link below.


Room Reservation Policies and Procedures

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