Overview

edu Services (formerly Academic Technology) supports the installed audio-visual technology in classrooms throughout campus, providing faculty with the tools needed to present materials to their students.  Equipment typically includes an LCD projector with a push-button/touch-panel controller, a Mac or Windows PC workstation, and video decks (DVD, BluRay, VHS).

Available To

  • Faculty
  • Staff

Access

Technology classrooms are opened during the academic term, following the university calendar. Please also consult today's classroom schedule to determine when classrooms are not in use and may be accessed.

Location

Technology classrooms are available at various locations across campus. A comprehensive list of AT supported classroom locations (doc) is available for your reference. Use the Software Configurations (doc) list to find rooms with specific software installed.

Use

The edu Services (formerly AT) Supported Spaces (doc) provides a list of installed equipment and instructions for operating the projection system, which includes a telephone number for technical support.

Getting Started

Classroom computers are configured for autologin. If not already logged in, your can either restart the workstations or enter the default login: newschool, leave password blank.

Faculty training may be scheduled with Events IT (formerly Media Services) at 212.229.5300, x2310 or by email at avdept@newschool.edu.

Help

IT Service Desk
55 W 13th Street, 7th Floor
8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. (Mon. - Fri.)
212-229-5300 xHELP (4357)
itservicedesk@newschool.edu

Classroom Technical Support

  • For technical issues during class, call edu Services (formerly Dispatch) at 229-5300 x4538.

Additional Information

  • Unless otherwise specified, each classroom is equipped with: LCD projector with sound, laptop A/V and network connection & auxilliary RCA video connection.
  • Mac laptop users must supply their own VGA-DVI adapters for connection to the projection system.
  • Multi-Region DVDs: all classroom computer stations have VLC Media Player software installed, which can play many types of non-Region 1 DVDs (ie., those produced outside of the U.S. & Canada).  If you are unable play your disc in the stand-alone DVD/Blu-ray player, load it into the computer's CD drive and launch VLC under Start / Apple menu > Media Players > VLC media player.
  • Please use our Contact edu Services (formerly Academic Technology) form for non-urgent issues. 
  • Rooms listed as "available soon" are still undergoing installation. Events IT (formerly Media Services) is pleased to provide replacement equipment during this process.
  • Schedule AV Delivery and Event Support in MyNewSchool.