GW IT supported classrooms are equipped with a classroom computer, microphone, web camera, speakers and display that allow for web conferencing and lecture capture. A limited number of classrooms include a second camera to provide views of both the instructor and students to the remote audience. Other classrooms can display whiteboard images to in-person and virtual audiences.
Web conferencing is used to connect with a remote audience using a third-party application. Web conferencing tools require only an Internet connection and that both participants use the same application (e.g., WebEx, Zoom, Blackboard Collaborate)
Please visit our Web Conferencing Comparison Chart below to learn more about web conferencing applications available to instructors and students.
GW IT understands the importance of utilizing technology effectively in the classroom to enrich the teaching and learning experience. We provide on-site classroom technology group training or one-on-one sessions for instructors who would like assistance with their technology needs.
Training sessions include:
If you want to learn more about what will be in your specific classrooms, please visit our Classroom Search.
Please be patient as we experience a high volume of tickets related to the start of the semester. Requests received before July 19, 2023, will be scheduled before classes start. Requests after that date will be scheduled as time permits.
GW IT provides technical support for classrooms. Submit an incident using our classroom support form, or for all the ways to contact GW IT and a listing of our business hours, visit our support page. If you are experiencing issues with classroom technology while class is in session, call 202-994-7900 for support.
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