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The Audio Visual Services Team is spending the summer acquiring and installing new classroom technology for blended learning in the fall. We will also again be supporting remote learning using Zoom. In addition, we can to assist with creating content for your classes in the KTSA TV studio.

New Classroom Tech

Below are demonstration videos for a few of the newest additions to classrooms for the Fall 2020 semester. Please use 25Live to schedule a room before testing the equipment outside of your assigned class time--even if it is only for five minutes. This allows the custodial staff to identify which spaces need to be cleaned.

If you need one-on-one support during the summer, please contact Audio Visual Services at avs@hamilton.edu or 315-859-4120 to arrange an appointment. When classes resume, you can use the room phone to call #600 for immediate assistance.

MeetUp Cameras with Articulating Arms

View spaces equipped with articulating arms and MeetUp cameras

Benedict Hall
104, 105, 201, 207

Burke Library
209, 211, 213, 215

Christian A. Johnson Hall
222, 225, 305, 308, 309

Couper Hall
111, 207

Kirner-Johnson Building
005, 101, 102, 104, 109, 110, 127, 201, 202, 203, 224, 236, 250

Molly Root House

Root Hall
202, 203, 204, 205, 312

Schambach Center

Taylor Science Center
G027, G041, G042, 1004, 2048, 3021, 3024, 3039

Wellin Museum


Owl Cams


Wolfvision Document Cameras

For Macs

For Windows

Excerpted from meetup camera demo



Zoom provides a platform for capturing lectures or engaging in real time interactions with students. Zoom recordings can either be saved locally to your computer, then uploaded to Google Drive, or saved to the Zoom cloud. Saving to the cloud also provides your students with an audio transcription and allows you to share your class recordings easily.

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