The University of Iowa

The Learning Spaces Technology [LST] group provides consulting, design, installation, training, management and support for 300+ technology-equipped University Classrooms [UCRs] across campus and classrooms assigned to departments.

Classroom Updates

Beginning Fall semester of 2020, all UCRs will have webcams and microphones for use with UICapture software for lecture capture and podcasting, and Zoom software for synchronous classroom delivery:
•  Camera - Huddly Go, web conferencing camera, 150-degree wide-angle lens, USB HD webcam on flexible arm mount
•  Microphone - MXL AC-404 USB Conferencing boundary mic

Beginning Fall semester of 2021, all UCRs will have Solstice Pods for in-classroom wireless content sharing, and Zoom-compatible document cameras:
•  Wireless Presentation Device - Mersive Solstice Pod with unlimited connections
•  Document Camera - WolfVision vSolutions Cam document camera

Need Help? Contact ITS Help Desk

Phone: 319-384-4357 [HELP]



University Classroom Technology Guide

Dual Monitor-Triple Screen Media Lectern


This guide shows how to use the Dual Monitor-Triple Screen display capability in a University Classroom [UCR]. Select UCRs are equipped with this A/V option to help facilitate content display.

Dual Monitor-Triple Screen Media Lectern

Double Monitor-Triple Screen Media Lectern


This illustration above is an example of a Dual Monitor-Triple Screen Media Lectern. Some UCRs have Triple Projectors, also known as a Triple-Screen environment, and are similar to other UCRs that have an A/V system to project content. The main advantage of these Dual Monitor-Triple Screen learning spaces is having two computer monitors at the lectern, and three projectors/monitors that can be utilized to display content. While using the system you may use the screens together, or independently, via the A/V Control Panel Interface

Controlling the Dual Monitor-Triple Screen capability in a University Classroom [UCR] is dependent on the type of A/V Control Panel Interface, and therefore is not standard throughout. While some of the button names vary, the process among the various A/V control systems is typically similar.

Note: most campus learning spaces have Single Monitor-Single Screen capability, while some select campus learning spaces may have Dual Monitor-Dual Screen capability


Using Dual Monitors & Three Screens

From the A/V Control Panel Interface you can select different sources/inputs during operation with several options highlighted below.

  • PC Primary
    • Main desktop screen for PC [lectern workstation/computer]
    • All UCR learning spaces have Dell Windows 10 Desktop Workstation Computer capability
  • PC Extended
    • Extension screen for PC [lectern workstation/computer]
    • Select UCR learning spaces have Dual-Monitor capability
  • Mac Primary
    • Main desktop screen for MAC [lectern workstation/computer]
    • Some select UCR learning spaces may have Apple Macintosh Mini OSX Workstation Computer capability in addition to Dell Windows 10 Desktop Workstation Computer capability
  • Mac Extended
    • Extension screen for MAC [lectern workstation/computer]
    • Select UCR learning spaces have Dual-Monitor capability
  • Doc Cam
    • Document Camera is the available tabletop camera for displaying objects through A/V projection system
    • Select learning spaces may have Dual-Document Camera capability
  • HDMI Personal Device Connection
    • Lectern features HDMI Personal Device Connection allowing a personal device with HDMI port to project through learning space's A/V system via lectern's HDMI cable
    • Some select learning spaces may have Dual-HDMI Personal Device Connection capability
  • Blu-Ray
    • Selects the in-room Blu-Ray Media Player as a projection source/input. In select locations, additional control buttons may be available for the in-room media player via an additional/secondary Control Panel Interface
    • Some select learning spaces may alternately have a DVD Media Player installed
  • Solstice
    • Some select learning spaces may have Solstice wireless content sharing capability as a source/input option
    • Useful for wirelessly connecting and presenting content from personal devices, including laptops and tablets

In Dual Monitor-Triple Screen learning spaces, these various sources/inputs have the ability to be independently selected and displayed on each screen.


Common Projection Issues

See Digital Imaging Projector documentation for additional information.

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