Educational technology in the School of Architecture is a collaborative effort between the Visual Resources Collection, IT Manager, the Architecture Laboratory, and Media Services.
- For questions/concerns related to Visual Resources Collections and Classroom Technology, take a few minutes to browse through the pages on this website - particularly the f.a.q. page. Please direct any additional enquiries to the VR Curator.
- For questions/concerns related to printers, servers, networking, licensed software, troubleshooting Windows-based machines, and aspects pertaining to the use of computer labs, visit Erik Johnston's IT Support site.
- For questions/concerns related to the Architecture Laboratories, contact John Hunter.
- If classroom equipment (with the exception of computers) is not functioning, email Media Services or call 609-3196.
Audiovisual equipment (projectors, dvd playsers, etc.) in Princeton University classrooms (including Betts Auditorium, N106 and N107) is the responsibility of Media Services.
The VRC provides limited support for classroom technology in the School of Architecture. This means that the VR Curator and staff maintain classroom equipment and make every effort to be available when faculty and students need assistance using presentation equipment in teaching spaces.
Given the often spontaneous nature of AV needs, it is in all users' best interests to become power users of classroom technology. The f.a.q. page provides answers to many common "how-to" questions. The VR Curator is happy to provide instruction through one-on-one training sessions (anytime), and will be scheduling orientations at the beginning of the fall semester.
SoA faculty, students, and staff may check out AV equipment for classroom and course-related purposes.
All requests for AV equipment should be made with the Equipment Request Form (Note: valid Net ID required).
Please note that equipment is available on a "first come, first serve" basis. Please submit your request at least one day in advance. Equipment is typically loaned for one day or less.
Files that remain on the School's presentation computers will be deleted during periodic re-imaging.