FY11 Teaching Station Refresh Plan

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This presentation provide two approaches to addressing the lifecycle refresh requirements for a colleges multi-mediated teaching stations. The approach demonstrate show to solve the issues when it is budgetary and there is a need for consistency in the technology.

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FY11 Teaching Station Refresh Plan

  1. 1. FY11 Teaching Station Refresh Plan<br />President’s Cabinet<br />December 9, 2009<br />
  2. 2. Teaching Station<br />Current Issues<br />Refresh Plan that is unsustainable<br />VHS technology<br />Document Camera use<br />Standard configuration<br />
  3. 3. Cost of Standard Setup<br />
  4. 4. Inventory<br />
  5. 5. Refresh Options<br />Technology Based <br />Refresh projectors every 4 years, show breakdown <br />Different Doc Camera (Wolfvision)<br />Doc Camera/Visual Presenter in designated rooms<br />Eliminate VHS/DVD devices <br />Location Based<br />PC refresh every 4 years within normal PC Lifecycle management plan<br />
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  7. 7. Refresh by Technology<br />
  8. 8. Refresh by Location<br />
  9. 9. VHS<br />VHS players are no longer manufactured as of December 31, 2008<br />Unable to buy new combos units as of February 2009<br />Purchased a batch of 40 in May 2009 but had to switch vendors as JVC was the last vendor to manufacturer them.<br />Current units should last until end of FY 2012<br />May be able to get used refurbished/off brand, but unreliable <br />Curriculum and budget impact to discontinue or convert to DVD format or online<br />
  10. 10. VHS Usage<br />NOTE 1: The total VHS check out does not distinguish for unique titles<br />NOTE 2: Total video assets 4,973 are cataloged in the Library system today<br />NOTE 3: The library has indicated they have not cataloged all videos that are used today by different departments.<br />
  11. 11. Plan to decommission use of VHS<br />Purchase additional 20 VCR/DVD combo units in Fiscal <br />
  12. 12. Document Cameras<br />Starting 2007, switched from Wolfvision to Elmo<br />Less expensive unit ($1600 vs. $2200)<br />Most commonly used brand in Education Industry<br />Requires more user intervention to adjust display<br />Currently the Elmo is not meeting the needs of faculty that want to show 3D objects<br />
  13. 13. Specialized Areas<br />High end applications, AutoCAD<br />Larger/deeper classrooms<br />Mobile lab presentations<br />Microscopes<br />X-rays<br />Classroom parts - Automotive, Diesel, etc.<br />

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