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Designing SMART Facilities for Distance Learning Environments

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  • 1. Designing Smart Facilities for Distance Learning Environments Presented by Israel Fletes UCR - Multimedia Technologies
  • 2. Background
    • UCR received a large donation in support of a new campus in Palm Desert (Palm Springs area)
    • Design and Construction carried out the design and recommendation process for building, furniture, landscaping and AV
    • Computing was given a copy of the AV consultant’s recommendations on the new campus technology
    • The technology plan was extremely limited
    • AVC-Computing challenged the recommendation by having the computing team generate a UCR design of the AV, phones and network
  • 3. Objective
    • Build a campus with a standard suite of presentation technology
    • The technology must be supported via the network
    • All rooms need videoconferencing devices
  • 4. Why are we doing this?
    • New Remote Campus
      • 45 minute drive
      • No Provision for Technical Staff
    • Campus Focus
      • Entrepreneurial Center for Management.
      • Mostly Professional Students
    • New Campus is still being built
  • 5. Heckmann Construction To be Completed March 2005
  • 6. Heckmann Entrepreneurial Center
  • 7. Consultant Recommended
    • Room had a budget of $350K to all technology
    • Available $$ were consumed in 2 large lecture halls
    • 12 rooms with no technology
    • UCR used existing plans to generate a technology plan for this building
    • Plans were approved by budget office and design and construction office
  • 8. General Meeting Spaces
    • UCR Plan calls for 14 rooms with Technology
    • Classrooms
    • Conference Rooms
    • Lecture Halls
    • Multipurpose Rooms
  • 9. Selection of Technology
    • Based on recent technology plans
    • Original 4 year Classroom Technology Plan
    • New Classroom Technology Plan – 4 more years
    • eClassrooms
  • 10. UCR Classroom Technology Original Plan
      • Equip G.A. Classroom with video playback and LCD Projector
      • 50 Rooms over a 4 year Cycle (10 added later)
      • Standard Setup Across all classrooms by profile
        • Type A (up to 80 seats)
        • Type B (81-140 seats)
        • Type C (greater than 140)
        • Type X (special rooms)
  • 11. UCR Classroom Technology 4 More Years
    • Provide common controllers that can be supported via the campus network
    • Add computers in every classroom
    • (thin-clients or with software to be managed)
    • Enhance the available technology
    • Replace Projectors
  • 12. UCR Classroom Technology eClassrooms
    • Uses videoconferencing equipment and IP-based computer lab management software to incorporate two multimedia labs into a single virtual classroom.
  • 13. Heckmann Technology
    • General Classrooms and Meeting Spaces
    • LCD Projector – 4000 lumens
    • PC Computer
    • SVHS & DVD – S-Video
    • Document Camera - XGA
    • Multimedia Switcher
    • IP supported
    • Videoconferencing Device
      • Polycom VSX7000
      • Visual Concert (for data)
      • Smartboard 580
  • 14. Heckmann Technology
    • Conference Rooms
    • One or two - 50” Plasma Panels
    • Videoconferencing Device
      • Polycom VSX7000
      • Visual Concert
    • Computer Labs
    • LCD Projector
    • Videoconferencing Device
      • Polycom VSX7000
      • Visual Concert
    • NetOP’s School Software for all PC’s
  • 15. Budget Office Support
    • Will support classrooms that are self-service.
    • Will support state-of-the-art technology
    • Approved new UCR plan, with some cuts.
      • Room Wizard
      • Some Videoconference enhancements
    • Increased AV budget to $704K
  • 16. RoomWizard
  • 17. Carrying out the Plan
    • Buildings are already under construction
    • Meeting with budget office for approvals
    • Meeting with architects and project managers
    • Meeting with electrical engineer
  • 18. Installation & Training
    • Objective is to find local System Integrator or Installers
    • UCR to manage project installation
    • UCR to conduct training to facility manager or end-users
  • 19. Support
    • Multimedia Support
      • Extron 5IP (demo)
      • Global Viewer (demo)
    • Computer Support
      • Thin-Clients
    • Distance Learning Support
      • Polycom (demo)
  • 20.  
  • 21. Contacts & Websites
    • http://multimedia.ucr.edu
    • http:// classrooms.ucr.edu
    • Israel Fletes, [email_address]
    • Multimedia Technology
    • Joel Nylander, [email_address]
    • Computers and Software

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